International conference on how abortion affects men held in San Francisco
For decades, the policies and passions concerning abortion have centered on women. Although males are biologically and relationally half of the baby-making equation, abortion’s impact on men has been socially invisible.
Now a growing number of researchers, counselors, and clinical practitioners are uncovering overwhelming evidence that men can experience guilt and distress over the abortion of a child.
As reported in The Catholic Voice, newspaper of the Diocese of Oakland, this testimony was heard over and over again at a first-ever international gathering on men and abortion at San Francisco’s St. Mary’s Cathedral on Nov. 28-29, co-sponsored by the Archdiocese of San Francisco and the Knights of Columbus in San Francisco.
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