The article speaks for itself.
Actually, the article doesn’t say anything. There is no data, no proof, no research. Even the Royal college of OB GYNs state: “Some studies suggest that rates of psychiatric illness or self-harm are higher among women who have had an abortion compared with women who give birth and to nonpregnant women of similar age. It must be borne in mind that these findings do not imply a causal association and may reflect continuation of pre-existing conditions.” Of course, the author states this was stated before the new “data” was presented. But there is nothing that shows a causal relationship.
Fair enough, Mark. As long as you’re not playing the correlation-does-not-prove-causation card to either to dismiss the possibility of causation, or to suggest that there is nothing significant about correlation in and of itself, as folks often do.
Should the Supremes get to decide what the definition of marriage is for the whole country?