Breaking: No Grounds for Complaint Against Voice For Life

Media Release from Voice for Life 1 st September, 2016 The Advertising Standards Authority Complaints Board has ruled there are no grounds for a complaint against a Voice for Life advert to proceed. Background In mid-May, full-page advertisements showing two sleeping babies with a puppy appeared in the NZ Herald, Dominion Post, NZ Listener, Capital Magazine and various regional 

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“Mum, Dad, I’m pregnant.” Your teenage daughter is pregnant, What next

by Claire van Ryn. This article appeared originally at Emily’s Voice I’m going out on a limb here and suggesting that the most stomach-churning, horror-inducing words that parents will hear propelled from the mouth of their beloved teenage daughter are, “I’m pregnant!” Internalised reactions will vary from an urge to dissolve into a soul-searching, sobbing 

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“Robot Babies” Encourage Teenage Pregnancy

In our culture caring for a baby is often considered to be an unpleasant and unattractive task. Based on this idea a Western Australian program was trialed which was designed to discourage teenage pregnancy. The program involved giving lifelike robot baby dolls to teenage girls. The baby dolls were supposed to replicate all the “negative” 

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Letter to the Editor: Sunday Star Times

The below Letter to the Editor from Voice for Life President, Bernard Moran, was printed in the Sunday Star Times in response to an article entitled “The Last Taboo” from 21 August.    Dear Editor, Michelle Duff’s “The Last Taboo” advocates guilt-free, easy access to abortion up to birth and its removal from the Crimes 

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Campaign to Ban Prolife Presence

By Bernard Moran There is a campaign underway to have the Government ban anti-abortion protesters from standing across the road from the entrances to clinics and hospitals.   It is being pushed by the Abortion Law Reform Association of NZ (ALRANZ) and certain MPs in the Green Party. They want “bubble zones” created to stop 

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