magic and vander - don't be cowards (yes, I know you're the same person)
Stand up for what you believe, and stop acting like a persecuted pair of crybaby's. There are people on this planet, like me, who do not accept Christianity as anything more than disgusting and vile, to be mocked and ridiculed into oblivion. And no matter how many people call themselves Christian, they simply cannot go as far as to claim that their belief in fairy tales and magic sky daddy's is the only reason, or the reason for their being good, or nice to others. People are either generally decent, or they are absolute asshats - religion or not.
No matter what label a charity paints on the side of it's trucks, or prints on it's brochures, it is generally a good thing for humanity. All charities that work hard to help the needy are good, in my mind. I don't care if they are Satanists, Wiccans, or Jesus lovers. I don't care if they call themselves Al Quaeda - as long as they donate their goods to the needy, and are not making massive profits while doing so (sorry Catholics, you still suck in that area).
And as far as abortion, there is no reason at all to oppose abortion that is not backed by stupid religious bullshit. Humans are aborting babies at a rate that clearly indicates the need for abortions, otherwise, it wouldn't be happening. And people need to get over it, put on their adult pants, and either help to minimize the need, or get the fuck out of the way. The last thing we need is a pack of god-bothering fucktards with their bombs and threats to doctors and women blathering on about it and stopping progress.
If an otherwise decent human being cannot face the cold hard facts about abortion, they need to get out of the debate, and get a new hobby. If they really want to help, then they should be supporting all of the scientific and medical efforts to minimize the need for abortion. Now, as far as getting pregnant, well, the only people I am aware of that feel the need to tell people when it is OK to have sex, are religious zealots, using their holy books as justification. Parents have enough problems to deal with, without the churches injecting their morals into the bedrooms, and perhaps back seats of teenagers and or consenting adults. Humans like to have sex. And religious people who don't like it, need to shut up about it.
By the way - the religious people who are the most upset over abortion, are typically right-wing, conservative Christians in the U.S. I know plenty of liberal Christians who don't feel the need to heap their morals upon everyone else.