This article was added by the user . TheWorldNews is not responsible for the content of the platform.

Two mothers, two views: Women on the other side find something in common as abortion protests continue nationwide

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles!

The two mothers on the other side of the abortion debate found something in common and identified an item to integrate them.

Melissa Manion believes thatabortion is by no means an option, but Nadiaf Sain feels that women's ability to choose is not limited.

"We don't have to agree 100% with everything," Hussein, seven months pregnant with her third child, told Fox News. "That's why I think it's important to know where they have in common and where they can make a difference."

"I want to reduce abortion," Hussein continued. But "our understanding of how it happens is different."

Two women, two views: these women are supporters of abortion

Melissa, who's pro-life, and Nadia, a pro-choice supporter, discuss what they agree on within the abortion debate. (Fox News Digital)

Melissa, a pro-life, and Nadia, a pro-choice supporter, discuss what they agree on in the abortion debate. (Fox News Digital)

A mother of four, Manion is empowered, prepared and supported to help women make life-giving choices.

Hussein, in particular, lacks support for mothers andhigh maternal mortality in the United StatesGiven that, he said he would support abortion because he wanted women to have choices. Manion agreed that both issues are needed Improvements.

The women occasionally nodded and smiled as others were talking. However, since theSupreme Court overturned the Roe v. Wade caselast week, protests have often turned into a consensus of screams between the other sides, sometimes violent or destructive.

"In the end, there is a place we can meet and agree with," Hussein of New Jersey told Fox News. "We don't want to see women die just because they have a lifelong childbirth or injury."

Supreme Court rulings empower women Reason

Abortion protesters gather outside the Supreme Court after the justices overturned Roe v. Wade.

Judge is low After overturning the case against Wade, protesters of abortion gather outside the Supreme Court. ((AP Photo / Jose Luis Magana))

Manion added: "Mortality is repulsive, especially in the black community.

The United States has the highest maternal mortality rate of any wealthy country. According toUNICEF. And black women in 2020. Was three times more likely to die during childbirth than white women

. 78} The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported. 

"We It will be necessary to ensure that women receive care, be prepared for what is needed, and cheer them up. "

Two mothers, two views: Battle for ROEV.WADE

At the age of 23, Manion ends her pregnancy I had a miscarriage 48 hours after I decided to do it. This is the choice she said she has regretted for decades. Or was she then offered counseling?

A man holds a sign outside the Supreme Court telling protesters not to hate each other.

Men tell protesters outside the Supreme Court Don't hate each other holding the sign. (Photo by Joshua Comins / Fox News)

"The emotional and psychological effects of abortion last a lifetime," a Connecticut woman previously said in Fox News. Told to.

Click here to get the Fox News app

Hussein doesn't support women taking care of her mother She said she never wanted to struggle with things. 

"We don't want to see anyone put in a place where we have to fight an unplanned pregnancy, but they got there," she said. .. "We should definitely think about raising a child or how we can support the mother doing it."

Manion said that women "feel supported and children They feel supported and need their children to be cared for in a way that makes sense for your family. "