Some states require women to look at an ultrasound before an abortion. The argument behind this is that this would hopefully form a bond between the mother and the fetus and the mother would change her mind and continue with the pregnancy. A new study shows that a woman’s behavior and thoughts hardly change after seeing the ultrasound.
More abortion restrictions were enacted between 2011-2013 than in the entire previous decade:
Here’s another reason why MTV’s “Teen Mom” or “16 and Pregnant” should be considered a harmful show.
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