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Democrats Desperate to Preserve Obama Legacy on Abortion 

Pink-clad feminists ready to disrupt a second day of Senate confirmation hearings were ejected before Rex Tillerson’s testimony began.

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Could Mexican Lives Be Saved by Trump’s Presidency if the New Mexico City Constitution Will Not Protect Them?

As usual, cultural Marxists—and all those who aim at destroying the beauty, and at obscuring the true value and meaning of human dignity, of life, and of the family—are taking…

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Best Moments of the Year for Life and Family at the United Nations

It has been a remarkable year. As has been the case in recent years, we have many more positive stories to highlight than negative ones.

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Worst Moments of the Year for Life and Family at the United Nations

While there were many positive moments to highlight this year, the bad ones were particularly bad, in fact, far worse than in any recent years.

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OAS event proposes abortion to stop teen marriages

The Organization of the American States (OAS) hosted an international event proposing the way to end the tragedy of child marriage is by letting children have abortions.

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UN’s New Top Bureaucrat Raises Hopes

The United Nations swore in its ninth Secretary General on Monday, former Portuguese prime minister Antonio Guterres, raising cautious optimism from pro-life and pro-family groups after 10 years of activism under Guterres’ predecessor Ban Ki-moon.

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Pro-Family Leaders Launch Declaration on Marriage in Cape Town

Pro-family leaders from around the world recently gathered in Cape Town, South Africa, to roll out and sign a declaration that aims to protect the family and traditional marriage.

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Editorial: We Can’t Contracept Our Way to Maternal and Child Health

For too long the answer to making childbirth less dangerous has been to urge women to avoid it.

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General Assembly Rejects Controversial Sex Ed Programming, Launches Anti-Bullying Campaign

A three-year campaign to have the General Assembly endorse “comprehensive sexuality education” programming fizzled out during negotiations this year.

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Defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman is not discriminatory, EU Court says

EU Member States are not obliged to legislate for same-sex “marriages” or “civil partnerships”. This has been confirmed by a decision released last week by the Court of Justice of…

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Countries Take up Positions Ahead of UN Vote on LGBT Rights

The UN General Assembly is preparing the battlefield for the most important vote on the homosexual agenda it has ever faced.

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Mexican Committee rejects same-sex law. A strong message to the government, and to the UN.

Perhaps, national marches work: at least, they do in Mexico. Last Wednesday, the Mexican Congressional Committee on Constitutional Matters decided to reject the president’s proposal to legalize same-sex marriage. Peña…

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Wikileaks: Clinton and Her Team Deeply Involved in UN LGBT Minutiae

Leaked emails show how intimately familiar and ardently concerned Hillary Clinton and her closest advisors are with the minutiae of social policy debates and how they intend to use its arcane language to promote “sexual rights” in traditional countries.

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UN Rights Chief Divides General Assembly on LGBT Rights

Nations celebrated the 50th anniversary of two foundational human rights treaties on Wednesday by alternately praising and criticizing UN human rights chief Zeid bin Ra’ad for using his post to promote lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues.

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UN Event Shows How Sexual Agenda Tramples Children’s Rights

That all children have a mother and a father is a biological fact. That they have a right to know and be raised by their parents, where possible, is enshrined in the UN’s most widely ratified human rights treaty.

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UN Appoints Global LGBT Ombudsman, Nations Push Back

The Human Rights Council appointed a prominent gay rights activist as UN ombudsman for LGBT issues last week.

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Historic UN Clash on LGBT Rights Set for November

Supporters of LGBT rights at the UN are preparing for the most important vote on their agenda since 2008.

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400,000 Mexicans Protest Homosexual Marriage, Pope Francis Lends Support

Last week, 400,000 Mexicans took to the streets in their nation’s capital to oppose the President Enrique Peña Nieto’s plan to impose homosexual marriage on the country.

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Will New Saint Bring New Allies to UN Abortion Debates?

Mother Teresa’s canonization in Rome reverberated at an event in UN headquarters where top diplomats praised the saint as the very essence of the UN’s mission even if they had opposed her message on life and family issues in the past.

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Pro-Life Heroine Mother Teresa Will Be Declared a Saint

Mother Teresa will be declared a Saint by Pope Francis in a special ceremony on Sunday at the Vatican.

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New Sexuality and Gender Scholarship Undermines Global LGBT Policy

A review of more than 200 scientific articles on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transsexual (LGBT) health undermines common assumptions used in the effort to create international LGBT laws and policies.

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Gender Ideology Leads to Child Abuse: Pediatricians           

“Facts – not ideology – determine reality,” the American College of Pediatricians (ACP) said in a warning to legislators and educators about the dangers of surgical and medical sex change operations to children.

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Did WHO Cover Up Evidence of Contraceptive-HIV Link?

A new study suggests the World Health Organization, Gates Foundation, USAID and other wealthy donors knowingly downplayed increased risk of HIV from contraception they distribute to women in developing countries.

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Chilean Executive Fast-Tracks LGBT Agenda When International Bodies Won’t

The Government of Chile promised to “promote, advance, and support” the homosexual agenda in an audacious settlement agreement that goes far beyond what the homosexual activists could have ever hoped for from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights where it was reached.

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The Family Hangs in the Balance as UN Conference on Housing Nears

New global plans for urban development may for the first time fail to direct any attention at all to the specific needs of the family as America and Europe try…

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