Has Roe Ruined Romance?

This week marked the 43rd anniversary of the fatal Roe v. Wade decision. The ruling has led to a constitutional requirement for abortion in nearly any circumstance, and it has led to some terrible cultural trends, such as celebrity abortions like the one Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks recently shared, or can lead to horrendous abuse within domestic circles.  
Now there is solid research that confirms Roe has had a ruinous effect on romance for millennials.  Find out how in part III of Roe's Effects on Family Law.  Family restoration has been harmed and hindered by abortion, and it has worked to ruin romance. 

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  1. The article titled “Roe’s effects on Family Law,” (link within the blog article) particularly Part III, effectively sheds light concerning the effects on family structure and spousal relations the Supreme Court’s decisions in Roe v. Wade and Casey v. Planned Parenthood have had that the Court, or anyone perhaps, likely could not foresee. The Court’s decision in Casey allowing an abortion without spousal consent can seriously alter the congruous relationship generally sought within a happy marriage.

    The idea that “autonomy fostered by abortion rights in privacy and choice to one marriage partner creates a wedge in the notion of marital oneness” is very plausible. This, coupled with changes in society favoring individualism, have marginalized the institution of marriage more sadly moving it away from the God-glorifying relationship presented by Christian theology.