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July 31, 2019
BOISE, Idaho, July 31, 2019 /Standard Newswire/ -- Studies consistently show over 50% of women who got abortions felt bullied, pressured and forced into the procedure. The tragic murder of Ole Miss student Ally Kostial just reinforces what millions of women have experienced every day.
Stanton Public Policy Center calls upon the #MeToo movement to address this growing violence against women.
Brandi Swindell, Founder and CEO of Stanton Public Policy Center and Stanton Healthcare, states,
"No woman in America should ever have to face violence, assault or being bullied. Sadly, studies consistently demonstrate that millions of women have been bullied and attacked regarding being forced into abortion. This case regarding Ally Kostial reinforces this tragic point. At Stanton Healthcare, which is a life-affirming women's medical clinic, we have seen this story repeated over and over again many times. We first reaffirm the dignity of every woman and embrace the notion that they should never be subjected to violence and bullying. We next call upon the #MeToo movement recognize the millions of their sisters who live daily with this tragedy. At Stanton, we will continue to reach out with justice and compassion being a voice for all women subjected to violence."
Stanton is able to provide first person testimonials of women who have been bullied and pressured into getting an abortion.
For more information interviews call Brandi Swindell at 208.867.1307.
SOURCE Stanton Healthcare
CONTACT: Brandi Swindell, 208-867-1307