“We are grateful for this victory which protects our right to continue to uphold and defend the beauty and strength of women.”
“The government must firmly reject changing legislation to make abortion legal right up to birth.”
More than 8 million voters to decide whether to enshrine access to abortion in state’s constitution.
“These legislative efforts are literally saving tens of thousands of lives.”
“Children are being subjected to lessons that are age-inappropriate, extreme, sexualising, and inaccurate,”
“I believe we need to be ready to help women who face unplanned pregnancies.”
“The way I found her. This was God helping us out.”
“Children are life and hope, like seeds to be planted to make a forest grow.”
Reform only allows procedure to take place if mother’s life is in danger.
“Every single win that we have is an immense loss for them,”
‘Placing academic freedom in jeopardy is certain to tarnish Mayo’s reputation.”
“This is a spiritual issue and the greatest moral dilemma of our day.”
“There are thousands of human beings alive today because of the decision.”
Majority of respondents also consider changing one’s gender to be “morally wrong.”
“The primary focus here should be on a health system that has failed a mummy and baby.”
“It has to be addressed, the rights of a child should be first and foremost.”
Nearly all late-term terminations approved in WA last year attributed to Down Syndrome.
“There definitely have been awkward interactions and creepy, weird moments.”
Kirralie Smith has been awarded the 2023 Australian Mother of the Year Award. The announcement was made by National Director Peter Downie and QLD Director Andrew McColl of Family Voice Australia on Vision Christian Radio’s 20Twenty program with host Neil Johnson.
“Women have worked too hard to develop women’s sports over the past 30 years. I don’t think this is fair.”
“Our state will be a beacon on the hill, a symbol of hope and a model for the nation.”
“The legal merits of the claims present difficult questions.”
“A great day for America, for girls and women and for fairness in sports.”
“We acknowledge we’re still on a path of education and understanding.”
Melinda never thought being labelled ‘too nice’ was a bad thing, until she realised it limited her ability to become everything God made her to be.