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"As Feminists for Life, we mourn the needless loss of life and to learn how so many nearly-born were kept as trophies by Klopfer. We mourn with women, many poor and young — including students — who felt desperate, frightened, or ashamed and now regret their abortions. We mourn with men who participated in an abortion or who had no choice. We urge them to seek help from Project Rachel, Help after Abortion, Rachel's Vineyard, and The Community of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal. We hope that the remains of these unborn children will be interred with respect," said FFL President Serrin Foster.

"Moving forward, we hope women in need will turn to local pregnancy resource centers for REAL health care and WomenDeserveBetter.com, because there is holistic help waiting for her now."
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"'People talk about prostitution as the oldest profession. We see it as the oldest form of oppression,' says the former sex-crimes prosecutor and current SFF attorney, who is helping develop the coalition's upcoming campaign. 'The idea behind decriminalization is that buying sex from an 18-year-old would become effectively legal. Do we want to say as a society that that's OK just because a girl has had her 18th birthday?'"

"AMEN!! I cannot agree with these statements more!" adds FFL Speaker Joyce McCauley-Benner. "In the same way that we don't settle for abortion for women, we shouldn't settle for prostitution as a viable option for women. Both forms of oppression only mask larger issues, and in both cases, women deserve better!"

If you are interested in having Joyce deliver either "Slaves Among Us: Sex Trafficking in the U.S." or "Victory Over Violence," her personal story, at your next event, contact us at info@feministsforlife.org.
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Feminists for Life
Feminists for Life of America applauds this mayor and many other government officials who have taken their children to work. "The presence of children in the workplace often makes most adults act like grown-ups, rather than unchaperoned teens," said FFL President Serrin Foster. "I have seen it for myself, most recently this past spring during Q&A after my lecture. The moment a mother and child left, the room changed. We are better people with children around. So when possible, bring them!"

(Editor's Note: While we celebrate this act of fatherhood, it is disappointing to note Mayor Elorza's ardent support for abortion, which robs others of similar joy. Feminists for Life of America is nonsectarian and nonpartisan and open to those of all parties and no party who share our mission of seeking solutions to the challenges women face.)
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