The recent documentary HUSH shows a pro-abortion journalist lamenting the chronic bias when it comes to providing thorough, impartial and scientific information to women considering an abortion.
Many of the world’s largest cancer charities are in complete denial over the abortion breast cancer link which has been linked by many studies. Some studies show no link between abortion and breast cancer but there are many studies that show a link and people should know the truth.
No wonder this happens considering what happened to KOMEN when it bailed on financially supporting Planned Parenthood – they were bullied back into position (as shown by the book: Planned Bullyhood).
The denial that abortion is bad for your health is a betrayal of women. Informed consent is something simple that should be provided as a basic premise of healthcare. People need to know risks about future complications following an abortion. Women must be told about the risks towards mental health, future complicated early births and potential damage following an abortion. Although this is a controversial topic, it is not at all controversial to provide people with thorough, scientific and impartial information – it is criminal to not let them know the truth.
Abortion providers have vested financial and ideological reasons to provide abortions and to deny that future problems will occur. The HUSH documentary describes the chronic bias from large health organisations in being in complete denial of links that we have known about for years. In the same way that smoking companies denied that smoking was bad for your health, health organisations have placed their head in the sand. It is time for the truth to be told.
Women deserve to know the truth. You can’t be fully informed if people hide the truth and evidence from you. Even people who are in favour of abortion should be able to follow this simple premise that it is wise to let people know about the risks of operations. Informed consent is common sense. Abortion providers who withhold such information from their ‘clients’ should be held accountable and held to pay financial costs for ruining women’s health without warning them.
What can you do to help people know all the facts about having an abortion? Do you think that women should be told the truth about abortion, and given a full and impartial information and evidence about the risks of abortion? What are your thoughts?