You can make a stand today for the rights of the unborn in South Australia.
South Australian Attorney-General Vickie Chapman is proposing to make it even easier for babies to be aborted in our state.
You can make a stand today for the unborn by asking your member of state parliament to vote against this radical proposal.
Many abortions happen each year because women feel pressured. They have inadequate information before proceeding – leading to lifelong grief.
To send a letter to your MP, scroll below.
The Advertiser has reported that the Attorney-General intends to prepare legislation allowing abortion up to and including birth but requiring a second opinion after 22 weeks.
A second opinion after 22 weeks’ gestation is a fig-leaf safeguard.
The proposed legislation will require doctors to consider the mental and physical health of the woman. In current law and practice this means abortion on demand.
A woman only has to say that she does not think she can continue the pregnancy and approval is granted.
No inquiry is required as to why she expresses that view and so the reality of coercion, confusion or lack of understanding of the procedure, the consequences or the support available to continue with the pregnancy are not uncovered and addressed.
Email your House of Assembly MP today and call on them to make a stand for the rights of the unborn and to ensure that women are not pressured into obtaining an abortion.
You may wish to write using some of these points in your email:
- The proposed legislation allows abortion up to and including birth.
- A second opinion after 22 weeks’ gestation is a fig-leaf safeguard.
- The bill effectively allows abortion on demand.
- By sixteen weeks, babies can feel pain.
- The stories of women who have suffered from abortion grief abound. They cannot be ignored.