Conservative Lifestyle More Religious Women Led By means they are less likely to an abortion addictionA new study in the journal Social Science Quarterly reveals that religious women are less likely to obtain abortions than secular women, not because women are more religious have pro-life conversations, but because religious women are more likely to lead a sexually conservative lifestyle.
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