The Mighty Barrister notes today's article in the Washington Times about the new study in Medical Science Monitor that indicates a link between abortion and later depression. (You might have to scroll down to see TMB's post on this because his post-linking feature isn't working.)
The Wash Times quotes the invaluable David Reardon of The Elliot Institute:
"Mr. Reardon said pro-choice groups do not provide women with information that would allow them to weigh the positive or negative effects of their choice.
'Those who wave the flag of choice claim that it's not about whether abortion is a good or poor choice; it's about what women decide. But they ignore that women want to know whether their choice will have good or poor repercussions,' Mr. Reardon said.
'To ignore the psychological and physical effects on women who have had an abortion is ideological, disconnected from real life,' Mr. Reardon said. 'This is a disservice to women.'"