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The day I performed the first-ever RU-486 abortion reversal

Dec. 10, 2013 ( - Ashley was 20 years old and in love. So when she found out that she was pregnant, she was surprised but took her boyfriend at his word when he said he would take care of her and a baby if she ever became pregnant, after pressing her to become more intimate in their relationship.  

She was crushed when he insisted that she get an abortion. She was raised in a Christian home with supportive parents, and even though she knew her parents would be disappointed that she had become pregnant, she knew she could get through it with the promised support of her boyfriend.

But when he gave her the money for the abortion and said that he would not be able to get off work to go with her, she felt like she had been punched in the gut. He convinced her that having a baby now would squelch her dream of nursing school, that her Christian parents would kick her out and that he was not about to support a baby that he wasn't ready for. She felt she had no choice. So she went to the abortion clinic.

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Child porn victim seeking $3.4M from the thousands of 'sick' men who have viewed pictures of her abuse

The notices arrive almost every day. They tell a young woman named Amy, as she is called in court papers, that someone has been charged with possessing child pornography. She was the child.

"It is hard to describe what it feels like to know that at any moment, anywhere, someone is looking at pictures of me as a little girl being abused by my uncle and is getting some kind of sick enjoyment from it," Amy, then 19, wrote in a 2008 victim impact statement. "It's like I am being abused over and over and over again."

Next month, the Supreme Court will consider what the men who took pleasure from viewing Amy's abuse must pay her.

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So much for the left's "consenting adults" rhetoric on sex. Forever the consummate conservationists, our self-described "progressive" friends at the ACLU, MSNBC and elsewhere have been ramping-up efforts to downsize from "consenting adults" to merely "consenting" - a far less cumbersome qualifier in the noble struggle for unrestrained sexual license.

Tolerating "intergenerational romance" for "minor-attracted" adults is all the rage these days.

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Pro-life leaders defend their opposition to 1989 Mulroney-era abortion bill

TORONTO, November 22, 2013 ( - Recently declassified federal cabinet documents reveal why Canada's pro-life movement vehemently opposed the Mulroney government's 1989 Bill C-43 that proposed to re-criminalize abortion but would have, according to pro-lifers at the time, legally approved abortion on-demand.

"Bill C-43 was designed to help the aborting doctors and would not save unborn children," said Jim Hughes, national president of Campaign Life Coalition (CLC),  in a press release. "If it had passed as presented by Brian Mulroney's government, abortion would have been legalized in Canada."

To this day, Canada still has no law governing abortion. There is no so-called "right" to abortion, as abortion advocates claim, but simply a vacuum.

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That Victoria's Secret baby is just the tip of a disturbing trend

Today the body of a baby was discovered in the bag of a 17-year-old teen suspected of shoplifting at a Victoria's Secret store in Manhatten. People are rightly shocked by this event.

However, what if I told you that this sort of thing is happening routinely, all across the country, as well as in other parts of the world? And that the only reason that it's making national headlines this time is because the discovery of the baby's body was at a Victoria Secret store, which gives the story that extra bizarre twist, with just a hint of weird sexuality, that will grab attention?

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Sex offender Graham James can apply for full parole

WINNIPEG - Convicted child molester and former junior hockey coach Graham James is eligible to apply for full parole.

The National Parole Board says it has not yet received any application from James.

James was sentenced in March 2012 to two years for sexually abusing retired NHL star Theo Fleury and his younger cousin Todd Holt when they played for him in the Western Hockey League in the 1980s.

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McVety calls for ban on controversial speaker

A symposium this month at the University of Toronto called "Bodies at Play, Sexuality, Children and Classroom Life" has a Christian leader urging the federal government to not allow into Canada its keynote speaker.

Controversial James R. Kincaid, who wrote the 1992 book, Child-Loving, The Erotic Child and Victorian Culture, should be turned back at airport, says Charles McVety, a child safety advocate and president of Canada Christian College.

"Kincaid's earlier work in Victorian literature and culture and in literary theory has yielded to publication in cultural studies, most recently in the history and current cultural practices of eroticizing children and instituting elaborate scapegoating rituals to disguise what we are doing," states a website promoting the event.

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PEI guide for parents: 'healthy' for kids to masturbate, touch genitals of 'familiar adults'

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, November 12, 2013 ( - A new guide from the government of P.E.I. is telling parents that it is "natural and healthy" for young children to "touch the 'private parts' of familiar adults" and to look at "nude pictures on the Internet, videos, magazines". Parents are also being told that they should not discourage their children from masturbating. 

"This is not only inappropriate, but destructive," said Gwen Landolt, National Vice-President of REAL Women of Canada, to

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Jamie is 13 and hasn't even kissed a girl. But he's now on the Sex Offender Register after online porn warped his mind...

Leaving children to their own devices is no better than letting your child cross the road wearing a blindfold.

In the Seventies and Eighties, parents were urged to ask: 'Do you know where your child is?'

The urgent question parents should now ask is: 'Do you know where your child is going online?' because, in my view, where they wander on the web is potentially more dangerous.

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High school: Girls should avoid restroom if they're bothered by transgender boy in the stalls

FLORENCE, Co., November 8, 2013 ( - New details have emerged in the case of a 'transgender' boy accused of sexually harassing girls in the women's restroom of a Colorado high school. While school officials initially denied any harassment took place, new details reported by the Pueblo Chieftain indicate that there may be more truth to the girls' claims than administrators are willing to admit.

Florence High School was plunged into controversy in October after a male student who says he is "transgender" was permitted to use the girls' restroom facilities. The boy was subsequently accused of harassment - a claim that has been denied by the school.

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Richard Dawkins Defends 'Mild' Pedophilia, Again and Again

Richard Dawkins defended "mild pedophilia" in an interview this weekend. And while the quote itself is quite jarring, especially to those who look to Dawkins for his influential writings on atheism (but haven't noticed some of his other strange stances), it's far from the first time that the scientist has launched a defense of the behavior - or talked about his own abuse at the hands of boarding school teachers.

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Woman charged in child sex abuse case put in protective custody

TORONTO - An Orillia woman charged in connection with a slew of offences involving sex-related charges against children and animals has been placed into protective custody, her lawyer said.

Kathryn Thompson, 19, made a brief appearance by video in Barrie court Wednesday. She is charged along with Avery Taylor, 20, of Orillia, and Shayne Lund, 22 of Penetanguishene.

Lund faces 110 counts including counselling and conspiring to kidnap a child, making and selling child pornography, invitation to sexual touching, voyeurism, sexual assault and bestiality. The women are each facing 16 similar charges.

Five alleged child victims have been identified between the ages of two and 10.

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When do I get to be a boy?: Transgender youth can't remember a time when he was happy to be a girl

When 11-year-old Wren Kauffman goes back to school this week, he won't be hiding the fact that he’s actually a girl.

Teachers, friends and other students at his Edmonton school know the truth - that he's a girl on the outside but feels like a boy on the inside. And that's why, even at such a young age, he has chosen to live in the world as the opposite sex, and not keep it a secret.

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Sidestepping the lash: Punishment of Canadian sex offenders lags, has always lagged

On Tuesday, in online posts, radio and newspaper interviews, former NHLer Theoren Fleury repeatedly praised the 30 to 60-year prison sentence handed that day to serial child molester - and former Penn State football coach - Jerry Sandusky.

As Mr. Fleury spoke, U.S. circles were already decrying the sentence as too light. While the 68-year-old Sandusky would most surely die in prison, he should have been slapped with centuries' worth of incarceration in order to send a "message," declared Pennsylvania's York Daily Record.

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Ontario Ed. Minister says she would sign controversial sex-ed curriculum without reading it

TORONTO, July 25, 2013 ( – Ontario's Education Minister has provoked criticism after admitting that she would sign off on the formerly shelved sex-ed curriculum - the development of which was overseen by the former deputy minister of education who stands accused of making child pornography - without even reading it.

"I couldn't even tell you right now what's currently under review," Liz Sandals said at a press conference Monday, in video footage released by the Sun News Network.

"Eventually somebody will come to me saying, 'It's ready to be released Minister. Here are the primary things that we have changed.' And I will say 'fine', and I'll sign off and it will go out to the system."

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