Letters

I don’t want to hear men’s views on abortion

This letter, by Kerry for Choice member Fionnuala Sarsfield, first appeared in The Kerryman on the 11th January 2017 With reference to last week’s two letters to the Editor by two elderly Councillors on the subject of abortion, is it necessary to point out that these gentlemen will never be faced with this problem. Unless you have a woman’s body,…

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Letters

If men could have abortions, they would be available at ATMs

This letter, by Kerry for Choice member Dr. Maeve Mahon-Ferriter, first appeared in The Kerryman on 21st December 2016 Abortion is a basic health care need and a medical issue for woman and their doctors. I applaud Cllr. Michael Gleeson and other anti-choice men who write to the Kerryman sharing their opinions on this most personal and often difficult woman’s reproductive issue.…

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Opinion

Kerry for Choice Submission to the Citizens’ Assembly

This submission was made to the Citizens’ Assembly in December 2016 “The State acknowledges the right to life of the unborn and, with due regard to the equal right to life of the mother, guarantees in its laws to respect, and, as far as practicable, by its laws to defend and vindicate that right.” – Article 40.3.3 Bunreacht na hÉireann About Kerry…

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Letters

Women Must be Able to Access Abortion Services in Ireland

This letter first appeared in The Kerryman on the 11th January 2017 While there is much to say about Councillor Culloty’s recent letter (The Kerryman, January 4) we would like to respond to his assumption in the final paragraph that describing anti-choice views as misogynistic and judgemental is an attempt to silence people who wish the Eighth Amendment to remain…

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Letters

Funding Given to Kerry for Choice is all on the Record

This letter first appeared in The Kerryman on the 23rd November 2016 Mary Fitzgibbon (Kerryman letters, November 16) wrote about attending a public information evening on why the Eighth Amendment must be repealed. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Ms Fitzgibbon for coming and participating in this event. Not a single public representative saw fit to attend,…

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