Museum for Women Celebrates Abortion

By USDR


The House on Wednesday is scheduled to consider H.R. 863, a bill that would establish a commission to study the creation of a National Women’s History Museum – a museum critics charge presents a biased view of American women as feminists who support liberal causes, including abortion and sexual liberation.

Nance’s letter cites the inclusion of such female figures as Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood and promoter of eugenics, and Victoria Woodhull, an early activist for women’s right to vote who also believed that marriage was “forced prostitution.”

Fifty conservative women leaders signed onto Nance’s letter, including those from the Family Research Council, Students for Life, March for Life, Susan B. Anthony List, and the Eagle Forum.

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