This year is arguably the most significant year in the fight for life since Roe v. Wade made abortion legal across America in 1973.

The federal right to abortion could be overturned this summer by the Supreme Court’s ruling on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. If the court overturns Roe v. Wade, abortion rights would go back to the states to decide their own laws on the issue. 

Abortion is no longer “safe, legal, and rare,” phrasing coined by then-presidential candidate Bill Clinton in 1992. More than 63 million babies have been killed by abortion since Roe v. Wade, and one of the newer ways the abortion industry is promoting and profiting from abortion is through chemical abortions.

Chemical abortions are conducted at home with two pills. The body is forced into labor, and women experience heavy cramping and bleeding. Despite the dangers associated with chemical abortions, the Food and Drug Administration has loosened restrictions on the pills, making them accessible to women by mail.

Today, on the “Problematic Women” podcast, Mallory Carroll, the vice president of communications at pro-life organization Susan B. Anthony List, discusses the dangers of chemical abortions and why Planned Parenthood is heavily promoting the pills.

Also on today’s show, a new “pregnant man” emoji is being rolled out on Apple iPhones. Plus, we share the story of a D.C. restaurant owner who is standing up against the city’s vaccine-passport check mandate. And as always, we’ll be crowning our “Problematic Woman of the Week.”

Listen to the podcast below:

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