Former Patient Challenges Pro-Abort MP to Debate Abortion
CALGARY, Alberta, May 5, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) - In response to Liberal Member of Parliament Dr. Hedy Fry’s claim that the abortion debate is unnecessary in Canada, one of her former patients is publicly challenging her to discuss the issue – a patient cared for by Dr. Fry in-utero and beyond.
Yesterday, Fry, Member of Parliament from Vancouver Centre, stated that she was ready to debate abortion with anyone, but that the debate was not necessary in Canada.
“She obviously hasn’t paid attention to what’s going on at universities recently,” said Stephanie Gray, executive director of the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform (CCBR).
Gray, whose own mother was a patient of Dr. Fry when she was pregnant with her, says a new generation of Canadians who weren’t old enough to vote when abortion was debated in the 1980’s, are demanding that their voice be heard now.
“Pro-life students are being censored, banned and even charged for trespassing on their own schools,” said Gray. “That doesn’t sound like a dead debate to me.”