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A new study shows that a majority of men who have lost a child to abortion have suffered “adverse changes” to their mental health.
The study, “Abortion’s Long-Term Negative Impact On Men,” was commissioned by the nonprofit Support After Abortion and was conducted by Shepard Research, an Oklahoma-based market research firm.
It surveyed 1,000 men across American and found 100 had a personal experience with abortion.
Seventy-one of them experienced “adverse effects” and most of those “either sought after abortion help or said they could have benefited from talking to someone.”
“While slightly more than half of those surveyed indicated they were ‘pro-choice,’ 31 percent of ‘pro-choice’ men were negatively affected by an abortion. Regardless of whether one was ‘pro-choice’ or ‘pro-life,’ 57 percent (almost three out of five men) said the abortion ‘wasn’t their decision,’ but rather it was the woman’s or someone else’s. In fact, 45 percent of the men said ‘they did not have a voice or choice’ in the matter,” Liberty Counsel explained.
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