Feminists For Life

Feminists For Life

Feminists for Life of America (FFL) is a non-profit, pro-life feminist, non-governmental organization (NGO). Established in 1972 and now based in Alexandria, Virginia, the organization describes itself as "shaped by the core feminist values of justice, nondiscrimination, and nonviolence." FFL is dedicated to "systematically eliminating the root causes that drive women to abortion—primarily lack of practical resources and support—through holistic, woman-centered solutions." FFL publishes a quarterly magazine, The American Feminist, and aims to reach young women, college students in particular.

Feminists for Life professes to "stand on more than two hundred years of pro-life feminist history," continuing a tradition of nineteenth-century American feminists such as Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. This position has been challenged, however, by some who question comparisons between 19th and 20th century views on abortion, as well as the attribution of certain quotes to Anthony.

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