Thursday, January 25, 2007

Yale Celebrates Roe v. Wade Week

Yale University's Reproductive Rights Action League has planned a number of events this week to celebrate the anniversary of the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion. Among the events planned are a forum of women who have had abortions, a Master’s Tea on the new rhetoric of the pro-life movement, a workshop by medical students on an abortion technique, a question and answer session with Planned Parenthood representative Susan Yolen, and a screening of three documentaries that follow three pro-abortion Yale students as they interview pro-life sidewalk counselors outside of Planned Parenthood.

The worst part of this "celebration" is the Yale Medical Students for Choice who are hosting a workshop on manual vacuum aspiration for medical students, using a papaya as a uterine model. Manual vacuum aspiration is a surgical abortion method that uses a specially designed syringe to apply suction to remove the baby from the mothers uterus.

Read the entire disgusting article here. The Dawn Patrol has a great article on it here.