The New York Times has uncovered a big problem, and they’ve even enlisted Zach Levitt (he/him), their map-making guy, to draw up a map to show you just how serious this problem is. It seems that millions of women — birthing persons — of reproductive age live closer to a crisis pregnancy center than they do to an abortion clinic. Giving us the grim truth behind these crisis centers are Carly Thomsen and Carrie N. Baker. It seems these centers have an agenda.
Over 16 million women of reproductive age in the U.S. currently live closer to a crisis pregnancy center than to an abortion facility. In a post-Roe America, that number would more than double, write Carly Thomsen, @CarrieNBaker and @zachwlevitt. https://t.co/zfT1rbKr9Y
— New York Times Opinion (@nytopinion) May 12, 2022
And? It’s pretty crazy that there are so many crisis pregnancy centers considering Americans overwhelmingly are pro-abortion, we’ve been told.
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