Category «Abortion»

Abortion in Uruguay

The abortion in Uruguay is not penalized if satisfied within the first 12 weeks gestation and provided the woman meets the procedure laid down in the law passed in 2012. 1 Legislative history Reformation of Irureta Goyena The penal code of 1898 severely penalized the termination of pregnancy. In 1933 José Irureta Goyena promoted a …

Abortion in Portugal

The Abortion in Portugal , based on induced abortion or abortion is legal since the referendum of April 10, 2007 and the subsequent publication of the Law 16/2007 of 17 April Exclusão ilicitude gives us cases of voluntary pregnancy gives interrupção . The practice of voluntary termination of pregnancy is legalized during the first 10 …

Abortion in Honduras

The abortion in Honduras is prohibited absolutely legally. 1 Parliament had approved articles that decriminalized abortion for therapeutic, eugenic and legal reasons, but in 1997, those articles were repealed by decree. 2 Abortion represents the second cause of hospital discharge in the country since 1982. 2 Each year, more than 9,000 women are admitted for …

Veil Law

The Veil Law is a law French promulgated on 17 January as as 1975 that decriminalized abortion . It receives its name by its propeller, Simone Veil . This law completed the Neuwirth Act that since 1972 legalized contraception (date of the first applications of the law but had been voted in 1967). 1 Decriminalization …

Abortion in France

The abortion in France , based on induced abortion or abortion is legal in France at the request of women in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy (first trimester). Abortion was decriminalized since the adoption of the Veil Act passed in 1975 and promoted by Simone Veil which complements the Neuwirth Act of 1972 on …

The train of freedom

The Freedom Train is a movement in defense of sexual and reproductive rights of women and against the reform of abortion law in Spain that culminated the 1 of February of2014 with a mass demonstration in Madrid calling for the withdrawal of the draft Law of abortion presented by the Minister of Justice Alberto Ruíz …

Abortion in Tunisia

The Voluntary Interruption of Pregnancy in Tunisia or Induced Abortion in Tunisia is legal in Tunisia from 1973 until 3 months of gestation at the request of the woman. Tunisia is along with Turkey and Bahrain the only Muslim majority countries where induced abortion is legal. 1 2 3 Legal abortion until 3 months of …

Abortion in Turkey

The Induced Abortion in Turkey or abortion is legal in Turkey since 1983 until 10 weeks of gestation -two and a half months at the request of the woman . 1 2 Legal context Family planning in the Constitution of the Republic of Turkey Main article: Family Planning The Constitution of the Republic of Turkey …

Abortion in Romania

The abortion in Romania is legal during the first fourteen weeks of pregnancy. 1 Abortions during the later stages of pregnancy are only legal when a woman’s life is in danger. 2 3 During 2004 there were 216,261 live births and 191,000 reported abortions, 4 meaning that 46% of the 407,261 pregnancies that year resulted …

Abortion in the UK

The abortion in the UK , based on the voluntary termination of pregnancy is legal up to 24 weeks of gestation in the territories of England and Wales and Scotland . The induced abortion is legal since the adoption of the Abortion Act 1967 – Abortion Act 1967 – that authorized until 28 weeks. A …

Abortion in Paraguay

Currently abortion in Paraguay is illegal except in case of threat to the life of women. 1 Anyone who performs an abortion can be sentenced to imprisonment for 15 to 30 months. If the abortion is performed without the consent of the woman, the sentence increases from 2 to 5 years. If the woman’s death …

Abortion in Namibia

The abortion in Namibia is illegal under the law of South Africa on Abortion and Sterilization (1975), Namibia inherited during the time of independence from South Africa in March 1990. Only abortions are allowed when continuing the pregnancy “life – threatening Of the woman or constitutes a serious threat to her physical or mental health …

Abortion in Luxembourg

The abortion in Luxembourg was decriminalized on 15 November 1978. 1 Within the first twelve weeks of pregnancy, a woman who is determined “at risk” can get an abortion after two consultations with a doctor, one doctor and a social psychologist , And a waiting period of three to seven days. After the first twelve …

Abortion in Japan

The abortion in Japan has had a varied history. Documents Japanese show that has already performed abortions induced during the twelfth century . It was legal during the Edo period for the peasants , who had difficulty with the recurrent famines and high taxes of the time. In 1842, the Shōgun of Japan banned induced …

Abortion in Iceland

The abortion in Iceland has been legal in specific medical and social circumstances since 22 May 1975. 1 2 The rate of abortion in Iceland is relatively high compared to other Nordic countries . Legislation Abortion in Iceland was legalized in a number of grounds on May 22, 1975. Although the law does not allow …

Abortion in Iran

The legal issue of abortion in Iran has been the subject of much controversy for many years. The currently it allows abortion in Iran only if the pregnancy threatens the woman’s life. Any other form of abortion is illegal. However, there is an extended violation of the law. 1 In 1978 abortion was legalized for …

Abortion in India

The abortion in India , based on induced abortion or abortion is free, at the request of the woman and until 7 weeks since 1971 . 1 2 Law of 1972 According to the law of the Republic of India, the practice of induced abortion must be done by qualified doctors, in suitable sanitary conditions, …

Abortion in Guyana

The abortion in Guyana is a complex issue. For most of the 20th century , it was officially illegal but almost never enforced. In 1995 , it entered into force legislation that made abortion legal if it is performed by a licensed physician during the first eight weeks of pregnancy , with the consent of …

Abortion in Spain

The voluntary interruption of pregnancy in Spain or abortion induced in Spain is regulated in Title II of the Organic Law 2/2010 on sexual and reproductive health and voluntary termination of pregnancy. 1 This law legalizes the practice of abortion during the first 14 weeks of pregnancy . The law entered into force on 5 …

Abortion in Cuba

The abortion in Cuba is legal and is available on request in January , which is not common in Latin America , where there are countries where even any kind of abortion becomes illegal. Abortion is illegal in Chile , Nicaragua , and El Salvador . Dr. Sosa Marin of the National Commission for Family …

Abortion in Costa Rica

The abortion in Costa Rica is very restricted. Currently, abortions are only allowed in order to preserve the physical health or life of the mother. Abortions are illegal in cases of rape or incest, when the fetus suffers from medical problems or birth defects, for social reasons, and for economic reasons. Abortions are not available …

Abortion in Colombia

The abortion in Colombia , or voluntary termination of pregnancy as technical name, based on induced abortion in Colombia , is allowed on three grounds since the judgment C-355 of 2006 of the Constitutional Court. 1 2 3 4 5 Partial decriminalization of abortion in Colombia See also: Martha Sulay González Abortion in Colombia was …

Abortion in China

The abortion in the PRC , based on induced abortion or abortion is legal and is a health service free offered by the government at the request of the woman . In addition to easy access to precocious contraceptive methods and postcoital emergency contraception , induced abortion is considered essential by the Chinese government to …

Abortion in Chile

The abortion , based on induced abortion or abortion is illegal in Chile under the Penal Code of 1874. It is not considered abortion punishable who is expected consequence but not sought medical procedures to save the life of the mother . 1 2 Decriminalization in the causes of rape, fetal infeasibility and life risk …

Abortion in Canada

Abortion in Canada , referred to induced abortion or voluntary termination of pregnancy , is legal and is not limited by law, is practiced at the request of the woman and without limit of gestation, is practiced in public hospitals and is free. Some provincial and territorial regulations regulate their procedures and accessibility conditions. Canada …

Abortion in Brazil

The induced abortion in Brazil or abortion in Brazil , is legal under the Penal Code Brazilian force since December 2016 , for the first three months of pregnancy .name = AbortionPoliciesONU> UN. Abortion policies: Afghanistan to France, Volume 1, Volume 2001, United Nations. Department of Economic and Social Affairs.Population Division, ISBN 92-1-151351-0, 2001, p. …

Abortion in Belarus

The abortion in Belarus was legalized on November 23, 1955, while Belarus was part of the Soviet Union . 1 Current legislation dealing with abortion dates to 31 December 1987 and is one of the most liberal abortion laws in Europe , allowing abortion on request until the 28th week of pregnancy for a variety …

Abortion in Belize

The abortion in Belize is restricted by criminal law, but permitted under certain circumstances. Statistics As of 2013, the most recent statistics available on abortion in Belize are from 1996. 1 During that year, 2603 abortions were reported, along with 6678 live births. 5% of the hospitalizations were due to abortions during that year, making …

Abortion in Azerbaijan

The abortion in Azerbaijan was legalized the 23 of November of 1955 , while Azerbaijan was part of the Soviet Union as the Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic . The current legislation dealing with abortion has never been changed, following in force after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the independence of Azerbaijan in 1991 …

Abortion in Armenia

The abortion in Armenia was legalized on November 23, 1955, while Armenia was part of the Soviet Union ; 1 current legislation dealing with abortion dates back to 2002. It allows the termination of pregnancy at the request of the mother until the twelfth week and for medical or social reasons until week twenty two …

Abortion in Argentina

The abortion in Argentina , based on the voluntary termination of pregnancy or induced abortion is a crime described in Title I, Chapter I “Crimes against life” of theCriminal Code Argentine . Likewise, this code establishes as non-punishable abortion the one practiced in order to avoid a danger to the life or health of women …

Abortion in Germany

The abortion in Germany , based on induced abortion or abortion is allowed during the first trimester of pregnancy . 1 2 History The legalization of induced abortion has been widely discussed in Germany during the 20th century. During the Weimar Republic there was a reduction in penalties in cases of abortion and in 1927 …

Abortion in Albania

The abortion in Albania was completely legalized on 7 December 1995. 1 The abortion can be performed at the request of the mother until the twelfth week of pregnancy . 2 Women should undergo psychological counseling for one week prior to the procedure, and abortion hospitals can not disclose to the public which women have …

The Secret of Vera Drake

Vera Drake ( Vera Drake ‘s Secret in Latin America and Spain ) is a 2004 British filmdirected and written by director Mike Leigh , and starring Imelda Staunton . Through her main character, Vera Drake, the film recounts the subject of clandestine abortion through a kindly, humble woman who lives with her husband and …

The Cider House Rules

The Cider House Rules (in Spain: The House Rules Cider in Mexico and Argentina: The Cider House Rules ) is a film American directed by Lasse Hallström and released in 1999 . Synopsis Homer Wells is an orphan who does not lack family. He has grown up in the St. Cloud’s orphanage under the unconventional …

New paragraph

Punto y aparte is a dramatic Mexican film of the year 2002 directed and produced by Francisco del Toro . The film takes up the themes of adolescent pregnancy and abortion by exploring its consequences from a moral perspective. Argument The film presents in parallel the stories of two young teenagers. In this way, a …

Partial Terms of Endearment

Partial Terms of Endearment is the twenty-first episode and final of the eighth season of the series Family Guy . Unlike the others, this one was emitted through the British chain BBC 3 in 20 of June of 2010. The plot focuses on Lois, who decides to volunteer as a surrogate mother to help an …

Obvious Child

Obvious Child is a 2014 moviewritten and directed by Gillian Robespierre . The film stars Jenny Slate , Jake Lacy , Gaby Hoffmann and David Cross . It premiered at the Sundance International Film Festival and was chosen by A24 for a premiere in the United States. 2 Won the Red Crown Producer’s Award at …

Those who will see God

Those who will see God is a film filmed in colors of Argentina directed by Rodolfo Blasco on the script of Vito De Martini thatpremieredthe 28 of February of 1963 and that had like protagonists to Oscar Rovito , Bárbara Mujica , Luis Dávila , Alberto Bello And Beatriz Bonnet . Synopsis A young couple …

The beloved ones

The beloved is a Mexican film of 1965 of the genre of drama, which consists of two episodes based on the Tajimara talesof Juan García Ponce and A pure soul of Carlos Fuentes . However, it is to be noted that this film is – in reality – a compilation of the homonymous mediometrajes directed …

The Blame (telefilm)

The blame is a Spanish telefilm directed by Narciso Ibáñez Serrador included in Movies not to sleep . Synopsis In the 70’s, Ana is a gynecologist who lives in a small town and combines her work in a Social Security center with the private consultation she has at home. When Gloria, a young nurse and …

Juno (film)

Juno (titled Juno in Spain , The young life of Juno in Argentina , Juno: Growing up , running and stumbling in Mexico , and Juno: Pregnant by accident in Peru ) 1 is a film of 2007 directed by Jason Reitman , written by Diablo Cody and Starring Ellen Page , Michael Cera , …

The Silent Scream (1984 film)

The Silent Scream is a video showing the completion of an abortion through an ultrasound , filmed and directed by Dr. Bernard Nathanson . 1 The description of the video asserts that the fetus seems to move with gestures of pain and discomfort during the process. The name of the film comes from one of …

The crying of the turtle

The cry of the turtle , also known under the title of “How did you lose your virginity? (In Spain), is a Mexican film of 1974 directed by Francisco of the Villar based on a script coescrito next to Vicente Leñero , with photograph of Gabriel Figueroa and whose protagonists are Jorge Rivero , Isela …

Daddy’s Gone A-Hunting

Daddy’s Gone A-Hunting , known in Spanish under the titles of Shock (in Spain) or Cita with the fear (in Hispanic America), is a 1969 American filmofthe suspense genre, directed by Mark Robson and musicalized by John Williams . The title of the film comes from the lyrics of the popular English lullaby “Bye, baby …

When weave spiders

When weave the spiders is a 1977 Mexican film directed by Roberto Gavaldón based on a screenplay by Francisco del Villar and Vicente Leñero and starring Alma Muriel , Carlos Piñar, Jaime Moreno and Angelica Chain . Synopsis Laura is a beautiful upper-class girl who returns to Mexico City after completing her studies in Geneva …

The Crime of Father Amaro (film)

The crime of Father Amaro is a Mexican film of the year 2002 based on thehomonymous novel of the Portuguese writer Eça de Queirós , written in 1875 . Before its public exhibition in Mexico a controversy was unleashed because Catholic groupstried to ban the film. 2 The government of President Vicente Fox , in …

Abort in London

Abortar in London is a 1977 Spanish film directed by Gil Carretero and starring Pedro Mari Sánchez , Sandra Mozarowsky , Lola Herrera , Viky Lagos , Virginia Mataix , Paloma Pagés , Celia Torres and Susana Mayo . Argument It has as story a young woman raped before her boyfriend and, shortly after, she …

4 months, 3 weeks, 2 days

4 months, 3 weeks, 2 days is a 2007 dramatic film written and directed by Cristian Mungiu . It is set in the last years of communism in Romania and tells the problems of two students who face the unwanted pregnancy of one of them at a time when abortion was prohibited by law. The …

Michael Bray

Michael Bray is a leader of the American pro-life movement. His movement, Defensive Action , the group is linked to fundamentalist Christian Identity and is responsible for numerous terrorist attacks against clinics which practiced abortions . He is also a Reverend of the Protestant church he created, the Reformed Lutheran Church , an organization that …

Rachel’s Vineyard

Rachel’s Vineyard is an American organization offering spiritual retreats to women who have had an abortion and those who believe they have suffered from an abortion. 1 Appointed by Rachel of the Bible, who weeps “for her lost children.” 1 The program offered by Rachel’s Vineyard provides an opportunity for women to examine their experience …

Priests for Life

Priests for Life ( Priests For Life ) is an organization for Catholic life based in Staten Island , New York . It functions as a network to promote pro-life activism with the main objective of ending abortion and euthanasia and spreading the Gospel of life , which is based on the homonymous encyclical of …

World Congress of Families

The World Congress of Families (WCF) is an American organization that promotes conservative values ​​and Christian ideas internationally . 1 It opposes gay marriage , pornography and abortion , while supporting a society built on “the voluntary union of a man and a woman for life in the marriage alliance.” 2 3 4 5 The …

Manifesto of Madrid

The manifesto of Madrid 1 2 is a document signed by a group of more than 2,000 scientists, professors and intellectuals 3 from different branches of Biomedicine , Humanities and Social Sciences , headed by professors Nicolás Jouve , Luis Franco Vera and César Nombela and presented in Madrid by the platform HazteOir.org 4 the …

Civitas Institute

The Civitas Institute is a political movement Catholic inspired by the Social Doctrine of the Church , which brings together lay Catholics committed to the establishment of the Social Kingdom of Christ on the peoples and nations in general and particularly about France and the French. The Civitas Institute “For a Catholic City” was founded …

Chile United Foundation

Fundación Chile Unido is a private , independent, non-profit Chilean institution. Founded in 1998. They are defined as “an instance of meeting, reflection and dissemination of those values ​​that are essential for national coexistence, above any political or religious position and beyond any division of the past or present.” 1 Programs and activities Executive Director …

Feminism provided

The feminism pro – life is the opposition to abortion by feminists who believe that the principles that support the rights of women also support the right to life of prenatal humans. Pro-life feminists believe that abortion has served to hurt women rather than to benefit them. The feminist movement for life began to take …

Family Research Council

The Family Research Council ( Family Research Council or FRC) is an organization Christian nonprofit organization and think tank politician. Founded in the United States by James Dobson in 1981 , it was established in 1983 . The group was designed to handle political contacts to legislate conservatively on Capitol Hill. In the late 1980s …

The Party of Death (book)

The Party of Death: Democrats, Media, Courts, and Disregard for Human Life is a book written by Ramesh Ponnuru. The hardcover edition, published by Editorial Regnery, was released on April 24, 2006 and consists of 320 pages. 1 Controversially entitled, work is a statement of positions concerning the right to life such as abortion and …

Prenatal development

The prenatal development or antenatal is the process in which an embryo or fetus , human is gestated during pregnancy , from fertilization until birth . Frequently, the terms fetal development or embryology are used in a similar sense. After fertilization, the process of embryogenesis begins (the early stages of prenatal development). At the end …

Reproductive Rights

For reproductive rights those are understood rights that seek to protect the freedom and autonomy of all people to decide responsibly whether to have children or not, how many, when and with whom. Reproductive rights empower all people to decide and determine their reproductive life . 1 Reproductive rights, like human rights , are inalienable …

American Family Association

The American Family Association (AFA) is a non-profit organization that promotes Christian conservative values. 1 2 3 4 Founded in 1977 by Reverend Donald Wildmon as National Federation for Decency with its headquarters in Tupelo , Mississippi . Donald Wildmon is the chairman of the AFA; And his son, Tim Wildmon, is the President of …

Tewhida Ben Sheikh

Tewhida Ben Sheikh (also known as Tawhida Ben Cheikh or Taouhida Ben Cheikh) (January 2, 1909 in Tunis – December 6, 2010) 1 was the first modern Muslim woman in North Africa to become a doctor . She was a pioneer in sexual health, in particular by facilitating access to contraceptive methods and abortion . …

Marie Stopes

Marie Charlotte Carmichael Stopes ( 15 of October 1880 – 2 of October 1958) was an author, paleobotánica, researcher, eugenicist Scottish defender women ‘s rights and pioneer in the field of birth planning . His contributions in paleontology and coal classification were very significant, besides being the first academic of his faculty in the University …

Simone Veil

Simone Veil ( Nice , 13 of July of 1927 ) lawyer and political French , surviving the Holocaust , as Minister of Health in the government of Valéry Giscard d’Estaing , enacted the law called Act Veil by which decriminalized abortion in France . She was the first woman to preside over the European …

Goretti Horgan

Goretti Horgan is an Irish socialist activist and lecturer in social policy at the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland . 1 Biography Born in Ireland, she was named by Maria Goretti . He attends college before moving to England . He later returned to Dublin , where he involved in pro-choice campaigning. Prior to …

Gisele Halimi

Gisèle Halimi ( Tunisia , 1927 ), born Zeiza Gisèle Élise Taïeb, is a feminist lawyer , activist and essayist Franco – Tunisian . 1 Biography Born in La Goulette , a Jewish mother and father, she was educated at a French lyceum in Tunisia, and then attended the University of Paris, where she graduated …

Christine Delphy

Christine Delphy (n. Paris 1941 ) is a feminist, writer and theoretical sociologist. She was co -founder of the Women ‘s Liberation Movement in 1970 and the Questions Feministes (1977-80) and Nouvelles questions feministes (1980-present) New feminist questions) with Simone de Beauvoir. Delphy is a researcher and feminist activist, pioneer of the second wave of …

Bill Baird

William F. “Bill” Baird is a Pro American election activist , founder of the Pro Choice League . It established the first national referral center for abortion in 1964 , and shortly after the first abortion and birth control center on a campus in the United States . Biography Baird was clinical director of EMKO, …

Simone de Beauvoir

Simone de Beauvoir ( Paris , 9 of January of 1908 – ibid . 14 of April of 1986 ) was an author , teacher and philosopher French defender of human and women ‘s rights. 1 He wrote novels, essays, biographies and monographs on political, social and philosophical topics. His thinking is framed in the …

Ivana Bacik

Ivana Catherine Bacik ( 25 of maypole in 1968 (48 years) is unn political and academic Irish . It has been Reid Professor of Criminal Law, Criminology and Penology at Trinity College, Dublin (TCD) Law School since 1996 and was made a Fellow of Trinity College Dublin in 2005. he was elected senator for the …

Silfio

The silfio , from the Greek Σίλφιον, or laserpicio in Latin , is a plant disappeared from the beginning of our era, similar to the asafétida , very valued in the antiquity in the Mediterranean area for its resinous exudate (laser) used for its properties like medicine and Gastronomic condiment. 1 Description of the plant …

Misoprostol

The misoprostol is a semi – synthetic analogue of prostaglandin E 1 (PGE 1 ) used for the prevention and treatment of ulcers , gastric and duodenal ulcers , particularly secondary employment for long periods of time drugs nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as Ibuprofen , naproxen or aceclofenac. Its effect is directly on enterochromaffin …

Mifepristone

The mifepristone (or RU-486) is a synthetic compound steroid used as medicine with antiprogestágenas and antiglucocorticoid properties. It is a receptor antagonist progesterone used as an abortifacient in the early months of pregnancy , and lower doses as an emergency contraceptive in the days after intercourse . 1 2 During the first tests, it was …

Gemeprost

Gemeprost ( 16,16 -dimethyl-trans-delta2 PGE 1 methyl ester) is an analogous structure of prostaglandin E 1 . Clinical use The gemeprost is used in: Obstetric haemorrhage . Abortion with medication . Gemeprost is used as an alternative to misoprostol along with mifepristone to interrupt pregnancy up to 63 days (9 weeks) of gestation counted from …

Dinoprostone

The prostaglandin E2 or PGE2 is the active ingredient of the drug dinoprostona. Synonymous (5Z, 11α, 13E, 15S) -11,15-Dihydroxy-9-oxo-prosta-5,13-dien-1-oic acid) Dinoprostone The natural prostaglandin E2 (PGE2 or PGE2) is the active ingredient in the medicine known as dinoprostone. It has important effects during labor (maturation of the cervix, by softening it, as well as stimulating …

Artemisia vulgaris

The mugwort ( Artemisia vulgaris ) is a species of plant family of Asteraceae genus Artemisia . Occasionally called artemega , girdle , yuyo chrysanthemum , grass of San Juan and madra . Description It is a herbaceous perennifolia plant of 1 to 2 m (rarely 2.5 m), with woody roots. The leaves are 5 …

Women on Waves

Women on Waves abbreviated as WoW ‘ whose Spanish translation would be Mujeres Sobre Olas is a Dutch abortion advocacy association created in 1999 by the physician Rebecca Gomperts with the intention of facilitating access to reproductive health and family planning services, To allow abortion through non-surgical methods to women in countries with very restrictive …

Reichszentrale to fight homosexuality and abortion

The Reichszentrale to fight homosexuality and abortion (“Empire Central for the Fight against Abortion and Homosexuality”) was a police institution dependent on the SS of Nazi Germany . It was the fundamental instrument of National Socialism during the Third Reich for the persecution of homosexuals and abortion . History The Reichszentrale was created 10 of October …

Provided

Provida (English pro-life ) is the position of ethics and policy that affirms the defense of the human right to life are what the circumstances, supported by various associations and schools of thought. From the perspective of such associations, human life begins from the moment of conception , so that the zygote , the embryo …

Proelection

Pro – choice or Proderecho to decide (in English pro-choice ) is the position political and ethical that women must have control or sovereignty over their fertility and pregnancy , including reproductive rights, including the right to sexual education , access To elective abortion (performed by professionals and in the legal framework ), contraception , …

David Paintin

David Paintin Hon FFSRH MB ChB FRCOG is a medical English and emeritus professor in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of London . 1 He is former president of the Trust Control of Natalidad and worked in the campaign to approve the Law of Abortion 1967 . 2 3 4 Biography Paintin validated his …

Fetal death

There is talk of fetal death when a fetus dies inside the uterus weighing more than 500 grams and / or with a gestational development greater than 22 weeks; That is to say, when it has reached such a development that, under optimum conditions, life outside the womb might have been possible. Most of fetal …

Manifesto of the 343

The Manifesto of the 343 , also known as Manifesto of the 343 sluts (in French, manifeste des 343 , or des 343 salopes ) was an statement issued on 5 of April of 1971 at number 334 of the magazine French Le Nouvel Observateur and signed 343 women who claimed to have had an …

Curettage

In surgery , the curettage or curettage involves the use of one or curette curette to remove tissue from the uterus by scraping or cucharillado. It can be used to obtain a biopsy of a mass to determine if it is a granuloma , neoplasia , or another kind of tumor . It can also …

Humanae vitae

Humanae Vitae ( Latin : Of human life ) is an encyclical written by Pope Paul VI and published on 25 July as as 1968 . This encyclical, published under the subtitle On Birth Regulation , defines the Catholic Church ‘s doctrineon abortion , contraceptive methods and other measures that relate to human sexual life. …

History of the decriminalization of abortion

In the earliest written sources, abortion is not considered a general category of offense. In itself, specific types of abortion are prohibited for various reasons, both social and political. In the first texts, it is difficult to see how much a particular religious mandate had strength as a secular law. In later texts, the justification …

History of contraception

The history of contraception or history of contraception is one of the disciplines of medical history that studies the evolution of contraception over time . 1 Separation of sexuality and reproduction The origin of birth control and contraception must go back to the discovery by our ancestors of the association between the practice of sex …

Savita Halappanavar

Death of savita halappanavar ( 1981 – Galway , 28 of October of 2012 ) was a woman Irish origin Indian , dental profession, who died at age 31 while pregnant. It was assumed that his death was due to the doctors’ denial of abortion. The Government of Ireland and the University Hospital of Galway …

Martha Sulay Gonzalez

Martha Gonzalez or Martha Solay González ( Pereira , 1971 – Pereira ; November to June of 2007 ) was one woman Colombian whose staff, pregnant and situation cancer , resulted in the judgment C-355 of 10 May 2006 of the Court Constitutional of Colombia that allowed abortion in Colombia , until then illegal, in …

Female Feticide in India

The practice of female feticide in India , which causes the death of the fetus in the womb because of gender , has resulted in a sex ratio highest in India , according to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of India (in English: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare). 1 The Pre-Conception and …

Anembryonic pregnancy

An anembryonic pregnancy , also known as egg huero , is that where the embryo only develops the embryonic sac . It is characterized by a gestational sac of normal appearance, but with absence of embryo. The most common is that it occurs after the death of the embryo that is accompanied by the development …

Debate on abortion in libertarianism

The libertarianism promotes individual freedom and seeks to minimize the role of the state. In the debate on abortion , some libertarians support legal access to abortion as part of their general defense of individual rights, especially with regard to what they consider the right of women to control over their bodies. 1 Other libertarians …

Debate on abortion

The debate on abortion , in relation to induced abortion or voluntary termination of pregnancy , refers to the discussion, controversy and controversy about its practice, social and economic context in which it occurs – especially for women – as well as the situation Legal and penal law applicable in different countries and the different …

Culture of life

“Culture of life” is an expression that seeks to summarize a line of thought, typical of the Catholic religion and other religious denominations, regarding human life, according to which it must be respected from conception in the womb until The natural death . In such a way, the culture of life is contrary to the …

Case Roe v. Wade

The Roe case against Wade or Roe v. Wade is the name of the 1973 court case , in which the Supreme Court of the United States recognized – by a split decision of 7 to 2 – theabortion-induced right in that country . 1 History of the case In 1970 , the newly graduated …

Donate Case Against Bolton

The Doe Case against Bolton (410 US 179, 1973) is a US Supreme Court ruling that overturned the Georgia abortion law . The Court’s decision was made public on 22 as January as 1973 , the same day that the decision on the famous Roe V. Wade (410 US 113, 1973). History of the case …

Canon 1398

The Canon 1398 is a norm of canon law of the Catholic Church stating that “who procures an abortion if it incurs excommunication latae sententiae ” (automatically, without ecclesiastical trial). 1 History The censorship against those who facilitate abortion finds its roots in the beginnings of Christianity , as shown in the Didaché : “You …

Association of Women Meretrices of Argentina

The Association of Women Meretrices of Argentina ( AMMAR ) is the union of sex workers in Argentina . It is in charge of defending your rights and watching over your interests. It is affiliated to the CTA (Central de Trabajadores Argentinos). Among its claims is the decriminalization of abortion . History Beginnings The organization …

Samuel Armas

Samuel Alexander Armas (born 2 from December of 1999 ) is the child seen in the famous photograph of Michael Clancy when it seemed to catch the hands of the surgeon from a hole in the mother ‘s womb during an operation surgery fetal of spine Bifida . History after the photo The picture was …

Pro Life Gay & Lesbian Alliance

Pro-Life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians ( PLAGAL Pro-Life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians ) is a group of gay , lesbian , bisexual and transgender Americans . Plagal supports the ” pro-life ” position according to which life begins with conception, so that abortion would be the unjust murder of a life and should …

Therapeutic abortion

The therapeutic abortion is induced abortion justified for medical reasons. Most legislation regulating abortion , both permissive and restrictive, distinguish, to varying degrees, the total or greater admissibility of therapeutic abortion from voluntary termination of pregnancy . There are only seven states in the world where therapeutic abortion is not allowed in any case: Vatican …

Selective abortion by sex

The sex – selective abortion is the practice of terminating a pregnancy according to the expected baby ‘s sex. The abortion of female fetuses is more common in areas where cultural norms value more sons than daughters, especially in parts of China , India , Pakistan , the Caucasus and southeastern Europe 1 2 3 …

Global Day of Action for Legal and Safe Abortion

Global Action Day for Access to Legal and Safe Abortion also known as the Day for Decriminalization and Legalization of Abortion is celebrated on September 28 of each year convened by women’s groups and the feminist movement to demand their governments decriminalize the Abortion and facilitate access to abortion in order to prevent millions of …

Surgical abortion

Surgical abortion is called the set of surgical techniques that have the purpose of provoking induced abortion or voluntary termination of pregnancy . 1 The IVG can also be performed until the first 8 or 9 weeks abortion drug or chemical (using drugs such as mifepristone and misoprostol ). 1 Surgical methods Abortion by aspiration …

Insecure abortion

Unsafe abortion or clandestine abortion is the term used to terminate an unwanted pregnancy performed by people who lack the necessary skills or in an environment lacking minimal medical standards. 1 2 3 It can also refer to the practice of self-induced abortion in poor hygienic and sanitary conditions and to induced abortion performed by …

Induced abortion

The abortion induced ( abortion : the Latin abortus or aborsus turn of aborior , ‘contrary to orior ‘, ‘contrary to birth’) or abortion ( IVE ) 1 is to cause the biological death of the embryo or fetus to Its subsequent elimination, with or without medical assistance and in any social or legal circumstance. …

Indirect abortion

The indirect abortion is the name given to an abortion procedure that has a therapeutic medical effect, presumably to save the life of a mother. Bioethics Scholars of the National Catholic Magazine and AmericanCatholic.org 1 make a distinction between “direct abortions”, ie abortion which is an end or a means, and “indirect abortion”, when fetal …

Spontaneous abortion

The spontaneous abortion or a natural abortion is the loss of an embryo or fetus for reasons not caused intentionally. It is thus distinguished from induced abortion . The term is strictly applied only when such loss occurs before the 20th week of pregnancy , one denominating from that time childbirth premature. Abortion can be …

Abortion with medication

It is called medical abortion , medical abortion , abortion pills , chemical abortion , medical abortion or nonsurgical the induced abortion or IVE caused by the administration of drugs . 1 Reference drugs are mifepristone aided with misoprostol . 2 3 4 5 6 The World Health Organization maintains information on the uses and …

Abortion (disambiguation)

The term abortion comes from the Latin abortus , past participle of aborīrī (with the same meaning as in Spanish ) and this, in turn, composed of ab- (‘from’, ‘from’) + oriri (‘get up’, ‘get out “, “Appear”). Its meaning is failure by interruption or maladjustment of a process or activity. Abortion as an abortion …

Abortion

The abortion (the Latin abortus , participle past aborīrī , with the same meaning as in Spanish , in turn ab- , “of”, “from”, and oriri , “rising”, “out”, “appear”) it is the interruption and premature termination of pregnancy naturally or voluntary basis. In a broader sense, it may refer to failure by interruption or …