Personal Stories

  Can a lack of love be deadly? originally publication ~ May 19, 2016 Beth Daley I taught myself about orphanages 12 years ago, not actually because of my work as a human biologist but because of my daughter. She was born in 2004 and her first 14 months of life were spent in an orphanage […]

Stanford Continuing Studies Class, 2008 Narrative non-fiction writing assignment A Truthful Account Interview Questions for a former Labor and Delivery Room nurse What is your name and date and place of birth? My name is Bonnie and I was born in 1943 at Mt Carmel Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. When did you did you decide […]

The Ultimate Nightmare: The Ruthless Rules of Reality ~ what can happen to families when abortions is illegal

by faithgibson October 14, 2020

Reading time ~ 8 minutes An excerpt from a previous post Use the Tiny ULR below to read the original, full-length article on how abortion was turned into a political football in 1971 by Nixon’s White House adviser Pat Buchanan in order to sway Roman Catholics & conservative Christians to vote for Nixon’s re-election. Nixon […]

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Ruthless Reality: How and why abortions were make Illegal or unattainable in 1971 as a political strategy for President Nixon to win re-election

by faithgibson March 16, 2019

An easy shortcut to share ~ Pregnancy – planned or unplanned – is a gender issue that originates with the male of the species. The way to eliminate non-medical abortions is to stop the problem at its source — the end of the penis of the man who is about to father a baby. […]

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Re-Post of NYT article: “America is blaming pregnant women for their own (childbirth-related) deaths”

by faithgibson November 21, 2018

ANGELICA ALZONA America Is Blaming Pregnant Women for Their Own Deaths By KIM BROOKS November 16, 2018 What is it like to face dying during childbirth in the richest Country in the world? Stephanie Teleki, who leads the maternity care portfolio at the California Health Care Foundation, put it this way in an interview:   “Women know […]

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