Farmer, Ann
8 Articles at Lifeissues.net

Ann Farmer lives in the UK. She is the author of By Their Fruits: Eugenics, Population Control, and the Abortion Campaign (CUAP, 2008); The Language of Life: Christians Facing the Abortion Challenge (St Pauls, 1995), and Prophets & Priests: the Hidden Face of the Birth Control Movement (St Austin Press, 2002).

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New! Designer babies are 'morally permissible' says British bioethics group

A British advisory group this week gave the green light to designer babies, saying that it could be "morally permissible" to genetically engineer human embryos.

Date posted: 2018-08-02

British Government lectures the Vatican on contraception

Yet Humanae Vitae's predictions about the pill have materialised.

Date posted: 2018-07-25

Work and social media drive pregnancy blues

According to research from Bristol University, "[d]epression during pregnancy is on the rise due to an increase in women in work, combined with pressure from social media," reports The Telegraph. A new study reveals "an 'alarming' 50 percent rise in levels of prenatal depression in a single generation."

Date posted: 2018-07-25

'Platonic co-parenting': latest must-have?

Socialite and model Lady Victoria Hervey recently revealed that she had has frozen her eggs so that she could later have an IVF baby. Lady Victoria is 41 and because that special someone had not materialised, "it was time to take matters into her own hands".

Date posted: 2018-05-19

'What a piece of work is... ' How humans are yielding their dignity to animals

When the Planned Parenthood foetal body parts scandal first broke in the United States, it seemed so big that many in the pro-life movement thought those brazen admissions of trading in human flesh, caught on camera, were bound to hasten the end of the culture of death; but around the same time, a blizzard of references to "fake news" and "post truth" covered the internet, settling in a shroud until the scandal was lost almost without trace.

Date posted: 2018-05-17

Alfie Evans: the NHS, from the cradle to the grave?

It is unsurprising that public confidence is at a low ebb when the law, which regularly turns a blind eye to people going to commit suicide in Switzerland, stationed uniformed police officers outside little Alfie's hospital room, apparently to protect him from being saved.

Date posted: 2018-05-05

Saving elephants and squirrels, but not humans

British passion to conserve species runs out at the abortion clinic door.

Date posted: 2018-04-14

The myth of the coat hanger abortion

It's an potent symbol and a cynical myth.

Date posted: 2017-11-04