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Abortion, a closed debate?

Who is Jane Roe? Jane Roe is the pseudonym adopted by Norma McCorvey, the woman whose case led to the Supreme Court ruling Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion in the United States. Roe was the perfect case for the pro-choice feminist lawyers who represented her: a penniless, penniless 21-year-old with no [...]
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Atrapada, a short film about unwanted pregnancy in adolescents

This can't be happening to me...! How is it possible that I'm pregnant? I'd want to go back to make everything go on as before...! My parents are going to kill me when they find out... I'm going to disappoint them! What about my future, my studies, my plans? I can't raise a baby... I'm not ready for [...]
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When I saw for the first time her slanted eyes

Author: Guisell Cárdenas Ugaz, Director of ANDARES School. When I first saw her slanted eyes, "Tomorrow can you come, I need to talk? I received a call, it was one of those that you almost never expect. I answered as usual, polite but surprised. From the other end they said, "Tomorrow can you come over, I need to talk". When I heard that, I knew right away that [...]
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What do you measure life by, time or love?

Today we bring you the story of Elena, a little girl who was born with anencephaly, and lived only two hours and 11 minutes. Her parents, Marie and Pablo, received comprehensive palliative care to be able to enjoy this difficult moment. Elena was their first child. And from the 20th week of pregnancy they knew the terrible news: that their [...]
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Surrogacy and surrogacy, altruism or exploitation?

¿Qué son los vientres de alquiler? La gestación subrogada o gestación por sustitución es una forma de reproducción asistida en la que, además de los futuros padres, participa otra mujer que gesta el embrión. Coloquialmente se le conoce también como vientres de alquiler, pero este término no termina de "gustar" a quienes defienden su legislación […]
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Open Letter on Abortion and Women's Rights

Woman, wife, mother and journalist. A few days ago she posted a thread on Twitter that we echo today. Something similar to an open letter addressed to all those who champion women's rights, but do women really identify with those ideas that others promulgate for them as spokespersons and defenders of women's rights?
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Hi dads, I'm here!

The embryo: a bunch of cells or a human being? Some people say that an embryo is not a human being; that a fetus is not a child; that it is just a bunch of cells, but to say this when we see an ultrasound scan is hard to believe. But to affirm this when one sees an ultrasound scan is a little more difficult to believe. Why is it that in [...]
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What endows the embryo with rights? Magic potagia!

You think you have always had rights? You are wrong! What happens so that, a few weeks before, the womb is the most insecure place in the world and a few weeks after, the most protected place in the world? What magical powers act so that the fetus is not a human being and therefore has no rights, not even the most fundamental one: [...]
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What if Cristiano Ronaldo had been aborted by his mother?

Abortion and Cristiano Ronaldo Cristiano Ronaldo may never have been one of the best soccer players in the world. In fact, he would not have been born if it were not for the doctor who attended and supported his mother in her fourth pregnancy. In the context of a poor family, Maria Dolores dos Santos [...]
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Karina Estrella, born of rape: "My mother gave me a chance. She saved me by giving me up for adoption".

Karina Estrella's story could be from a movie script. It answers one of the big questions that appear in the media when abortion is debated: is it legal to have an abortion in case of rape? Her mother was raped in the family environment when she was only 14 years old. In the context [...]
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