December 24, 2010

The rationale used to suspend mental health worker Margaret Forrester was that she was “distributing materials some people may find offensive,” seven words lifted from Britain’s National Health Service (NHS). The “materials” was a booklet titled “Forsaken–Women From Taunton Talk About Abortion,” which is composed of the stories of five women who experienced post-abortion syndrome. The material was informally shared with a colleague last month, not patients, according to the Daily Telegraph. Read more …