Abortion Myths and Facts: New Research Challenges Abortion Advocates' Claims

Abortion Myths and Facts: New Research Challenges Abortion Advocates' Claims

January 15, 2014 12:00 ET
Come listen to the FRC's Marriage and Religion Research Institute team as they discuss the National Survey of Family Growth's numbers on aborting women in America. Some of the important findings that will be discussed include: - Almost 3/4 of abortions are to women who initiated sex at age 16 or younger - 40% of women who begin sexual intercourse very early (12-13-14) will have abortions - No great difference by income status in the percentage of women who procure abortions Don't miss this important event! Pat Fagan - Patrick F. Fagan is Senior Fellow and Director of the Marriage and Religion Research Institute (MARRI), which examines the relationships among family, marriage,

Come listen to the FRC's Marriage and Religion Research Institute team as they discuss the National Survey of Family Growth's numbers on aborting women in America. Some of the important findings that will be discussed include:

  • Almost 3/4 of abortions are to women who initiated sex at age 16 or younger
  • 40% of women who begin sexual intercourse very early (12-13-14) will have abortions
  • No great difference by income status in the percentage of women who procure abortions

Don't miss this important event!

Pat Fagan - Patrick F. Fagan is Senior Fellow and Director of the Marriage and Religion Research Institute (MARRI), which examines the relationships among family, marriage, religion, community, and America's social problems, as illustrated in the social science data. A native of Ireland, Fagan earned his Bachelor of Social Science degree, a professional graduate degree in psychology (Dip. Psych.) as well as his Ph.D. from University College Dublin.

Rep. Chris Smith (R-N.J.) - Rep. Smith has long chaired a number of bipartisan congressional caucuses (working groups) including the Pro-life (30 years), Autism (14 years), Alzheimer's (12 years), Lyme Disease (eight years), Spina Bifida (eight years), Human Trafficking (eight years), Refugees (eight years), and Combating Anti-Semitism caucuses, and serves on caucuses on Bosnia, Uganda and Vietnam.  He is also the former Executive Director of the New Jersey Right to Life Committee and a sponsor of H.R.7 which would prohibit Federal funding of abortion. 

Rep. Smith is married to his wife of 35 years, Marie, and they have four grown children.

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Come listen to the FRC's Marriage and Religion Research Institute team as they discuss the National Survey of Family Growth's numbers on aborting women in America. Some of the important findings that will be discussed include:

  • Almost 3/4 of abortions are to women who initiated sex at age 16 or younger
  • 40% of women who begin sexual intercourse very early (12-13-14) will have abortions
  • No great difference by income status in the percentage of women who procure abortions

Don't miss this important event!

Pat Fagan - Patrick F. Fagan is Senior Fellow and Director of the Marriage and Religion Research Institute (MARRI), which examines the relationships among family, marriage, religion, community, and America's social problems, as illustrated in the social science data. A native of Ireland, Fagan earned his Bachelor of Social Science degree, a professional graduate degree in psychology (Dip. Psych.) as well as his Ph.D. from University College Dublin.

Rep. Chris Smith (R-N.J.) - Rep. Smith has long chaired a number of bipartisan congressional caucuses (working groups) including the Pro-life (30 years), Autism (14 years), Alzheimer's (12 years), Lyme Disease (eight years), Spina Bifida (eight years), Human Trafficking (eight years), Refugees (eight years), and Combating Anti-Semitism caucuses, and serves on caucuses on Bosnia, Uganda and Vietnam.  He is also the former Executive Director of the New Jersey Right to Life Committee and a sponsor of H.R.7 which would prohibit Federal funding of abortion. 

Rep. Smith is married to his wife of 35 years, Marie, and they have four grown children.

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