Source: Life Site News
By: MICAIAH BILGER
The family of a 13-year-old sexual assault victim plans to ask the Supreme Court of India to allow her to abort her late-term unborn baby.
Authorities said the young girl from Goregaon, India is in shock about the pregnancy and has not spoken about how the sexual assault occurred, according to The Hindu.
Abortions are illegal after 20 weeks of pregnancy in India. However, women increasingly have been petitioning the high court for permission to abort their late-term unborn babies because of fetal abnormalities. Some families of young rape victims also have made requests to the high court.
The girl’s parents took her to the doctor recently after they noticed that she was gaining weight rapidly, the report states. Doctors discovered that she was pregnant, currently about 27 weeks, One News India reports.
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Psychiatrist Richard Corradi calls transgenderism a "contagion of mass delusion." As a former transgender, I can tell you that Dr. Corradi is correct. Yet National Geographic magazine selected a trans-activist boy named Avery Jackson for the cover of its special January "Gender Revolution" issue--an image and publication that will only help promote this "contagion of mass delusion" around the globe.
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A huge billboard with an even bigger message is getting a lot of attention in Memphis, Tennessee. The billboard message is "Show Your Mind, Not Your Behind."
Former Memphis City Councilman Fred Davis paid for the billboard out of his own pocket.
"It is the nature of young people to follow the crowd. I maintained when I was in high school that the crowd is usually wrong," David said. "The young men need role models where they are."
Saggy pants have also been banned on the boardwalk in Wildwood, NJ.
The shore town passed the law in June and it was a unanimous decision.
It bans overly saggy pants, as well as bikini bottoms and dresses that are more than three inches below the waistline.
Davis hopes the message will get through to teenagers.
It's an ironic headline, considering how hard this Florida beach town is trying to tame Spring Break. Panama City has more churches than it has bars—but one church has positioned itself more like a strip club than a sanctuary for the season. Yes, really.
The Panama City News Herald shows photos of The Life Center's banner inviting youth to naked paint parties and slumber-party Sundays that promise the "sexiest ladies on the beach." The everyday party is called Spring Break Amnesia. It's been running since Feb. 28—and a pastor who was recently arrested on charges of giving drugs to a minor and forcing himself on her masterminded it.
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