I am intrigued by your Jan. 20 article on Chrissy Aguiar ("New head of Modesto Pregnancy Center brings her own understanding, experiences with abortion to help other women in crisis," features section).
She certainly is a poster person for America's cultural divide on abortion and comprehensive sex education. Studies show that half of U.S. pregnancies are unintended. And half of those unintended pregnancies are aborted every year.
How is it that in other affluent countries only one-tenth of pregnancies are unintended? The answer is obvious. Other countries educate their population to effectively use contraception so they only become pregnant when they want a child. We continue to fight state by state to prevent such education.