pro-choice

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Antonyms for pro-choice

advocating a woman's right to control her own body (especially her right to an induced abortion)

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To learn more about Fadiman's trilogy on the abortion-rights movement, write Tamar Williams, Concentric Media, 5801 Williamsburg Blvd.
But President Bill Clinton, obviously not daring to cross the abortion-rights movement, vetoed the bill.
He told American Medical News that he had ``lied through my teeth'' when he said earlier, in an effort to bolster the abortion-rights movement, that the
The abortion-rights movement should take a hint from the gay-rights movement.
Bush - who, recent real-world evidence aside, here insists, ``I'm a uniter'' - tries to arrange a meeting of the minds between leaders of the anti-abortion and abortion-rights movements.