Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Portugal’s abortion problem worse than ever after four years of decriminalization, pro-lifers say

“During the campaign there were many people who said that with liberalization, abortion would become safe, rare, and legal,” said Pegado to the on line news portal Renacença. “In the past four years we confirmed that it isn’t safe, because complications from abortion increased in recent years. It isn’t legal because illegal abortion continues to proliferate throughout the country, and it isn’t rare because contrary to what was said, abortion increased exponentially.”


Legalization always means an increas in demand, because it's now deemed acceptable. The law is a teacher.