New Poll on Morning After Pill

New Poll on Morning After Pill Shows Americans Support Common Sense Restrictions Americans are in favor of common sense restrictions on the morning after pill, found an NPR poll, which only reinforces the undercover video work Students for Life of America released last month, showing a minor girl being able to purchase Plan B and not…

January Event-in-a-Box: Legality v. Morality

41 years of legal abortion have passed and still the battle continues. Despite growing opposition to abortion, abortion advocates continue to lobby for so-called “safe, legal, and rare” abortion. However, we know that today’s abortions are none of these things. Is it safe? No. Look at the case of Jennifer Morbelli, or read the lists…

Planned Parenthood Gets Teacher Fired

We received an update from Bill Diss last week. Bill, the loved and well-respected high school teacher whom the school district in Portland sought to fire last month because he stood up to Planned Parenthood when they invaded his classroom, shared the following: Today, Wednesday, December 11, 2013 at 2:00 PM at the Headquarters for…

A-B-S-T-I-N-E-N-C-E

By: Missy Martinez, SFLA High School Initiative Coordinator Planned Parenthood only profits from the promiscuity of teens and young adults. So, it only makes sense that Planned Parenthood would host events like “Let’s Spell About Sex.” One word they won’t ask the contestants to spell? Abstinence. A-B-S-T-I-N-E-N-C-E. Individuals are of little value to Planned Parenthood if…

Win Cash for Your Group!

Every year at the SFLA National Conference, we recognize and honor student pro-life groups from across the country who have made huge strides in the movement to abolish abortion in America. And this year we are excited to announce the 1st West Coast Conference Awards! This year, we are giving three groups at each conference…

Why do state laws on abortion matter?

In 1973, the Supreme Court of the United States legalized abortion on-demand through all nine months of pregnancy via two sequential court cases: Roe v. Wade, and Doe v. Bolton. These were federally rulings which laid down precedent for the entire nation. These rulings have been hearkened back-to by abortion advocates for decades as the…

Sharing Abortion Stories Reveals Abuse & Sorrow

“I counted four movements, and she was gone.” – Dana, 42. New York Magazine recently compiled the personal abortion testimonies of 26 U.S. women in a November 10 piece entitled My Abortion. There is no blatant bias for- or against abortion in the author’s introduction, but a few telling trends ruminate throughout the women’s testimonies…