Berkeley Street, Dublin 7
Scenes from a pro-choice protest, joined by Clare Daly TD (pic 4), against the pro-life abortion advice centre exposed by The Times Ireland edition on Monday.
Previously: Behind the Blue Door
Ellen Coyne and Catherine Sanz, of The Times Ireland Edition, went undercover at an ‘abortion advice’ centre in Berkeley Street, Inns Quay, Dublin 7.
The Women’s Centre advertises itself as an impartial source of advice for women who want to travel to the UK to access an abortion but has direct links to a Catholic anti-abortion group…
…A woman working at the clinic, who claimed to be a counsellor, told her that breasts and ovaries were connected and that when a pregnancy ended unexpectedly a woman’s reproductive system could be damaged, causing breast cancer…and that abortion could lead to women abusing their children in the future.
Taken from the Abortionadvice.ie website.
The Scarlet Phibsbernel writes:
Thought you might like this photo of the Blue Door, taken in 2014 when this outfit wore its heart on its sleeve. In those days the lovely people therein would often be seen at the front door, offering comment to anyone that might press the buzzer next door….
SEE ALSO: Evils Has Left The Building
Leinster House, Kildare Street, Dublin 2
The Pro life Campaign protesting Mick Wallace’s fatal foetal abnormalities private members bill on abortion.
They claim those supporting the bill are doing a “real disservice to families of babies with life limiting condition, particularly those who have been pressured to abort their child”.
Top from left: Aifric Ni Fhloinn, Pro Life Campaign spokesperson Cora Sherlock, Emma Sisk and Lorraine Mc Mahon.
Earlier: Unconstitutional Deference
Molesworth Street, Dublin 2
Pro-Life supporters party like it’s 1983 to celebrate the Eighth Amendment of the constitution, the principle barrier to reform of Ireland’s abortion laws.
Via kevin McGee
BY Mick Flavin
— Mallow News (@MallowNews) January 14, 2016
“Abortion mill!” BINGO! #3wisemen
— Fintan O’Toolbox (@FintanOToolbox) January 14, 2016
Pro-life meeting, Wynn’s Hotel, Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1.
What do you mean you ‘weren’t invited’?
Previously: No Womb At The Wynn