Coerced Abortion in the Military

Even before Roe vs. Wade, pregnant women in the military were threatened with discharge if they didn’t abort.

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A book published in 2010 revealed that the military had a policy that all servicewomen who became pregnant had to abort or face discharge — and this policy was in place before Roe vs. Wade, when abortion was still illegal…

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Sarah Terzo

Sarah Terzo

Sarah Terzo is a board member of the Consistent Life Network and PLAGAL+ (formerly the Pro-Life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians). She writes for Live Action.