Internship Opportunity

We’re currently seeking interns for an unpaid position with is looking for a motivated abortion rights supporter to manage, moderate, and stimulate our upcoming online community forums. This is an ideal opportunity for a student to get hands-on experience with community management as well marketing materials such as press releases and ad campaigns.

Day-to-day responsibilities include regular, engaging posts on a few forum sites and moderation of our own forums.

Our ideal intern is:

  • Passionate in supporting abortion rights
  • Internet savvy and a fast typist
  • Involved in or has been involved in online forum communities
  • Up to date on the latest abortion news

Benefits for working with

  • Work from anywhere with a reliable internet connection
  • Make a real, positive impact on people’s lives
  • Flexible schedule
  • References from web and marketing professionals
  • Snazzy business cards and a t-shirt of your choice

If you’re interested, please send a brief resume to
IMPORTANT: If you need this for college credit, please be sure to include your school’s requirements.

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Adoption Is Not An Alternative To Abortion

by juliewashere88

In reality, adoption isn’t even an alternative to abortion at all. What it is is an alternative to parenting. It solves the problem of a childrearing, but not the problem of unwanted pregnancy. Women still face nine months of gestation, will still require very expensive medical care, will miss work or school, and will still endure labor. To some women, like myself, this is simply unacceptable.

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Didn’t regret it, not for a second

by Anika (Illinois)

I had an abortion after I found out I was pregnant by a boyfriend. My feelings for him were waning and I was about to break up with him. I’d been sick for a while, everything was making me sick and I was so tired and my breasts were killing me… but as I was expecting my period and I was under the weather with stomach flu, I figured this was normal. So, I didn’t actually go to take the test until my period was about a week late.

Finding out I was pregnant was the worst moment of my life, as I was not willing or prepared to take on the responsibility of another life. So, I immediately made the appointment at a local clinic. My boyfriend was pretty MIA after I told him my plans, and even though he seemed to take partial responsibility, he has yet to really be any kind of support. He ended up not going with me as he was ‘busy’ and so I asked my close friend to go with me the next day for the actual procedure.

I waited there, and was checked for height and weight, blood type and after waiting for hours, finally was told to change into a gown. When I walked into the room, I had to say my full name and what I was doing there. Once that was done, I was told to sit on the bed, put my feet in the stirrups and lay back. Then, I got a twilight anesthetic via IV and that was it. I don’t remember much else before I fell asleep except asking if I’d remember the procedure, to which the nurse said no. Everyone was kind, but when I came to, I really wanted to see a friendly face, a face of someone I knew and I didn’t. So I cried. I didn’t stay in recovery long, I just drank the diet sprite and went to the bathroom like they asked, then I changed and left out to find my friend. When I did, I cried a lot, simply because I was happy to see her.

People thought I regretted what I did, but I don’t… not for a second.

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Happy / Health / Family

by Angie (Florida)

I was already a mom, and had a terrible first pregnancy. When I found out I was pregnant again, I scheduled an abortion ASAP. I’m healthy, happy, and have the family I want.

Thanks, abortion! 😀

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No Regrets, Best Decision Ever Made

by Debbie (California)

I was 17 and in my senior year of High School when I had unprotected sex with a boyfriend who was much older than me. It was only my second time having sex, so I was a little stunned that it could happen that quickly. I was so naive. I grew up in a Catholic home where sex was not talked about and you were expected to wait until you were married. I felt a lot of shame over being pregnant. When I told my boyfriend he denied that he was the father. I was so hurt.

I had a sister that also got pregnant in her senior year of High School and my mother had forced her to get married because “nobody else will want her.” I remember my sister crying on her wedding day. (That marriage ended in divorce) I clearly remember that I did not want that for myself. Abortion had just become legal the year prior, but you needed parental consent. I went alone to a remote clinic and lied about my age. I paid for the abortion with my own money that I had saved up from working part-time.

I went on to complete college, get married, and have two wonderful kids. I have no regrets. I consider it the best decision I ever made and a turning point for me because it was the first time I took control of my own life.

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