In an article published by The Wall Street Journal, TCA’s Dr. Grazie Christie reacts to Erica Komisar’s WSJ article titled “The Human Cost of Restricting Abortion.” She writes:

“Ms. Komisar suggests the “unwanted” might be better off aborted than growing up “prone to depression, anxiety, addiction and other social and emotional disorders.” Sadly, this form of elitism is nothing new. There are examples throughout history of the privileged proposing to eliminate those whom they consider undesirable or burdensome—for their own good, of course. Already, “advances” in prenatal screening are resulting in new eugenic practices that have led to the near-eradication of people with Down syndrome through abortion. Who’s next?”

To read more of Dr. Christie’s article, go here.