Antichoice (adjective)

Opposed to the right of individuals to make decisions about their own reproductive health and the availability of abortion.

Origin:

The word "antichoice" is derived from the prefix "anti-" meaning "against" and the noun "choice", meaning "the act of selecting or making a decision about something.".

Examples:

  1. The antichoice movement seeks to limit access to abortion and other reproductive services.
  2. The politician's antichoice stance was a major issue in the campaign.
  3. Many people believe that the antichoice movement is an infringement on women's rights.
  4. The antichoice protesters were out in full force at the clinic.
  5. The antichoice bill would have made it illegal for women to have an abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
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