The Texas abortion law spurred a pro-abortion protest at the University of Texas-Austin, which is the flagship university for the Lone Star State. Advocates, some of whom were college students, parroted left-wing and pro-abortion talking…
A study conducted by University of Utah claimed that there are benefits of abortion for the male partners, which study was criticized as several of the co-authors have publicly supported abortion.
A law dean at the University of California-Berkeley criticized a recent pro-life bill that was signed into law, saying that it was unconstitutional and he was concerned that conservative justices would overturn Roe v. Wade.
A small college in Montana is at odds with a Students for Life chapter’s plans to do a “Planned Parenthood Truth Tour” to show students the real side of the abortion organization.
A pro-life, Christian speaker claimed she was disinvited from a debate on abortion because of her Christian beliefs about human sexuality.
A self-proclaimed Christian feminist professor at Elon University gave a lecture at Emory University, claiming abortion is a “moral good.”
A Notre Dame professor claimed that pro-life activists are white supremacists, in comments during a ‘Reverse Roe’ event on the college campus.
A Christian abortion provider was hosted at the Catholic university Georgetown University, who went on to claim that Christian teachings support his practice of abortion.
An event during the University of Maine’s ‘sex week’ claimed that crisis pregnancy clinics were not true medical clinics.
At a private medical university in Chicago, administrators and other student groups held a pro-abortion ‘Reproductive Health Week’ series of events that did not address the pro-life perspective due to a lack of presence on its campus.