When Planned Parenthood Admitted That Abortion Was Dangerous for Women

In an undated pamphlet, the abortion giant Planned Parenthood answered questions about birth control, the first one being: Is it an abortion?

“No, it is entirely different. Abortion kills life after it has begun. Birth control prevents the beginning of life. Abortion is dangerous to your life and health. Birth control, when prescribed by a doctor, cannot hurt you in any way.”

Abortion kills life, and it’s dangerous to your life and health.

Birth control can also be dangerous to your life and health, and in some cases, birth control pills and devices might not prevent the beginning of life. The egg and sperm could meet, but the fertilized egg won’t implant due to the hostile conditions hormone contraceptives create.

The same is as true today about killing unborn babies as when Planned Parenthood published this pamphlet — and for all time. From Live Action News:

The Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau, which was founded in 1923 by Margaret Sanger as the Clinical Research Bureau, was the first legal birth control facility in the United States. It reunited with the American Birth Control League in 1939 to form the Birth Control Federation of America, which later changed its name to Planned Parenthood Federation of America in 1942.

Although Planned Parenthood today claims that abortion is a “safe” procedure that is necessary to the health and well-being of women, Planned Parenthood of the past recognized what science, health care, and modern technology confirm: abortion kills a human person.

People have always known that humans beget humans, and a fertilized egg is human, as opposed to canine or feline. But before the days of powerful microscopes and advanced medical technology, an unborn human being in early development looked like a mere “clump of cells” or a “blob of tissue.”

Today we know much more about the details and intricacies of fetal development (and so much more still to know) that to deny an unborn baby isn’t worth protecting or doesn’t deserve to live is feigning ignorance for political expediency.

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