Confessions of a Previously Pro-Choice Woman

8 thoughts on “Confessions of a Previously Pro-Choice Woman”

  1. Thank you for this reminder. We recently found out we are pregnant with twins (and I was really not looking forward to being pregnant again). This has been a struggle for me for a lot of reasons but I love reading about big, happy families and that life gets better with more kids.

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    1. I am so grateful to have a large (by today’s standards) family. It is loud, chaotic and busy. But it is lovely and I wouldn’t trade it for the world. So excited that you are adding on and that you are blessed to bring two new babies into this world.

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  2. I can really relate to your experience. I too was pro-choice as a college student, and when asked how many children I wanted to have, my answer was a firm “none!” And I, too, an note the mother of five, by the grace of God. You may be interested in a recent book that I am currently reading along with a few of my friends, called Eve in Exile. (It is from a Protestant perspective, not Orthodox.) The first third of the book explores feminism through its historical context, and I think you will find the author’s observations intriguing, in light of your comment about Margaret Sanger. I think you’re spot-on, by the way. Thank you for sharing!

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