Right to Life

Right to Life

Conservative Ladies of America is committed to protecting the RIGHT TO LIFE from womb to grave. We believe each human life is uniquely created by God on purpose, for a purpose.

The right to life is the foundational human right upon which all other rights are built, encapsulating the inherent dignity and worth of every individual. It is a principle that transcends political ideologies and cultural differences, underscoring our shared humanity. Defending the right to life is not only a moral imperative but also a legal and ethical duty, as it ensures that every person, regardless of their age, race, background, or circumstances, has the opportunity to fulfill their potential, contribute to society, and experience the richness of existence. Upholding the right to life is essential for a just and compassionate society that values the sanctity of human life from conception to natural death.

From The Seattle Times – June 24, 2022

Washington’s anti-abortion advocates celebrate Roe ruling, though in a low-key fashion | The Seattle Times

Julie Barrett, founder of Conservative Ladies of Washington, said, “I am pleased with the decision.” Overturning Roe is in line with the Constitution, she said, because it returns the abortion issue to elected state leaders. Though she noted that means abortion remains legal in this state.

For Barrett, the court’s decision doesn’t limit women’s choices. “Motherhood is not obligatory,” Barrett said. “We are not educating people about the choices they have, like adoption. You don’t hear people talking about how to prevent pregnancies in the first place.

“I had an unplanned pregnancy at a very early age. I was 15 minutes away from an abortion, but I backed off. Now that kid is 26.”

Barrett was a bit more willing to note this milestone than other advocates in Washington. She said, “People I have been in contact with are really happy. Christians around the country have been praying for this for 50 years. It is a great cause for celebration.”

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Anti-abortion activists Maggie Donica, 21, right, and Grace Rykaczewski, 21, left, pray following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, federally protected right to abortion, in Washington, D.C., Friday. (Jacquelyn Martin / The Associated Press)


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