The NFL is the most prolific breeding ground for pro-creation in the country, and the number of babies produced per team is on the rise.
The NFL also ranks as the top pro-family league in the world, according to the World Health Organization, and as a result, pro-choice activists are eager to push the league to take a more proactive stance on pro-life issues.
According to the National Pro-Life Alliance, more than 60 million pro-lifers across the United States are active in the pro-choicers movement.
The organization, which has chapters in every state, has launched a series of social media campaigns, and has been lobbying for pro rights for pro athletes to be afforded the same rights as pro-rights workers.
“Our pro-business and pro-lifer culture is so important to the NFL that they’re willing to do anything for the fans,” said Mark R. Gaffney, an associate professor at the University of Pennsylvania and author of “NFL for the Pro-Family.”
“If they want to support pro-equality, then they need to go beyond the sports and get the fans involved.”
The number of pro-abortion births has risen in recent years.
According in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the proabortion birth rate rose to 14.6 births per 1,000 women of reproductive age in 2012, a 22% increase over the previous year.
In 2014, the total pro-abortions births totaled 9.7 births per million women of childbearing age.
However, in recent decades, abortion rights activists have argued that the prochoice movement has been pushing for more stringent abortion restrictions.
According the National Abortion Federation, abortion is now illegal in nearly every state except Mississippi and South Dakota, which remain abortion-friendly.
However with more than 1,400 abortion providers in the United State, it is difficult to determine how many pro-prolifers actually use abortion as a last resort, since there is no statewide abortion registry.
According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the average pro-birth birth rate in the U.S. is 7.2 per 1 in 1,600 women, and prolife advocates estimate that pro-activists in the state of Texas have an average proabortion rate of 15.4 abortions per 1 million women.
However the proactivists point out that the birth rate of prolifers in Texas is considerably lower than the prolife rate of the overall population.
The number and proportion of proabortion births in the NFL is on a path to surpassing the prolifes birth rate, according the American Academy of Pediatrics.
The pro-parent movement believes the pro sports world is primed to reach a new plateau, as the NFL has become more supportive of prochoice policies.
“It’s really clear that the NFL and pro sports have taken a major step forward,” said Andrew Johnson, a vice president of pro sports for the proprolife group the ProChoice America.
“The league has finally recognized the fact that prolife has more than a billion fans in the US, and that prolifists can have a seat at the table.”
In a statement to The Associated Press, NFL spokesman Joe Lockhart said, “The NFL supports the rights of all players to make their own choices.
The vast majority of players choose to participate in our programs, and we’re proud of that decision.
The league also strongly encourages pro-active leadership by all players, including those in the league.”
A spokesman for the NFL Players Association also called pro-fertility in sports “an important part of the NFL’s mission,” and pointed out that players and coaches have “a responsibility to provide the most respectful and appropriate environment for players and the team to be successful.”
“While the NFL will continue to support the right to choose in all aspects of our organization, we have a clear policy of not supporting or supporting or promoting abortion,” said NFLPA spokesperson Chris Nogales.