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The so called experts also said there was no connection between homosexuality and mental health issues.
Then why the short lived relationships, physically abusive relationships, short life span, chemical dependencies, and desire to mutilate their bodies?
One could accurately state that they are “anti-science”.
The meta-analysis of the studies seems to show that abortion causes mental health issues.
The refutation of the meta-analysis is based on a claim that mentally ill women are more likely to have an abortion.
Either way, abortion is condemned.
If mentally ill women are more likely to have abortions, then that implies medical negligence on the part of those directing them towards abortion mills, when these women actually need treatment for their mental illness (preferably initiated before they get pregnant with a child they have no intention of bearing alive).
“Once again, the left tries to advance their agenda by ignoring all data that contradicts them.”
Very true. Maybe these women had issues before getting the abortion, but the abortions made them worse. Even Margaret Cho, the comedianne, has defended her decision but admitted that immediately after the abortion, she felt like the most lonely human on the planet. Many resort to alcohol, drugs, and overeating to cope with the aftermath. I think that most of them know something is wrong, but don’t make the connection between the abortion and their emotional problems because no one pointed that connection out.
There’s also a strong relationship between abortion and “breast cancer”.
Looks like abortion is not a choice, so much as a public health hazzard.
I sure hope Dr. Coleman is tenured.
If you do not adhere to the leftist party line in academia, your tenure application will be denied for “lack of collegiality”, no matter how impressive your publication record and teaching evaluations.
It’s estimated that 50% of women who have reached adulthood since 1973 have had at least one abortion. Wouldn’t that mean that 50% of women had serious pre-existing psychological problems?
Now, I’m sure a pile-on of misogynists could be found here to assert just that, but it hardly seems like a position that “pro-woman” advocates would seek out ... unless it was necessary to support their contention that prenatal infanticide has no negative consequences to the mother.
I have had an interesting life, in that I’ve never been particularly “popular”, or part of the “in crowd”.
However, even in High school, when friends have had serious issues and didn’t know where to turn, they sought me out.
In cases when women were suffering post-abortion trauma, they confided in me and sought comfort.
In particular, those with atheist and agnostic perspectives.
I assure you, they knew what they had done and felt sick about it.
Nightmares and sleeplessness, haunted by reliving the experience.
Unable to travel to the nearby city where the abortion occurred.
You may call it anecdotal, but I have no doubt these traumas and hangovers have the potential to lead to mental illness.
I mentioned the atheism to emphasize this emotion was not influenced by “religious guilt”.
It was rather, something inescapably written on their heart.