I'm Pro-Life for All. I follow a consistent life ethic, and I do my best to live my life by these standards. Current student and aspiring activist.

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mysonandstars:

I recently went back to the clinic in which I had an abortion. I wanted to have my ultrasound pictures and a copy of my file. It has been tough digesting what the file holds but I feel like it was something I needed to do. Notes from my abortion counselor. “Pt returned today very confident and sure that ab is best. She is looking forward to being in a school play.” I’m sorry, I didn’t realize crying uncontrollably, having a panic attack in your office, and telling you that I wanted to proceed with my pregnancy but that I felt trapped into this by my partner was a full display of confidence. I was not an empowered feminist proud to have ownership of my body and offspring in this moment. I was lost, anxious, alone and with no one to turn to. Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have. But we know that we must hurry and get on with it because the fetus is growing and the clinic workers are pushing for an answer. When I told my abortionist that I strongly thought of taking my child away from their father and raising them myself but that I didn’t know what it entailed, she did not talk about alternatives and my other options. She encouraged me to have an abortion regardless of how helpless I felt or how much I cried. Couldn’t she had said ‘Sara, maybe this isn’t for you after all. Would you like to go home?’ And I would’ve screamed, yes! Thank you! I hear and read this too often from other women, unfortunately. There are so many women out there who are lied to about what abortion does and what is really inside of them all by the people who are supposed to help us exercise our empowerment as women. Why are they withholding the truth from us? There are a handful of us who realize what we’ve done after its too late and the pain and regret lasts for a lifetime. A little encouragement and hope can go a long way. Women deserve better, as do our children.

Of course you would share a story of someone who chose against an abortion
She wanted to keep hers, good for her she made that CHOICE. Doesn’t mean I have to make the same one

She had the abortion, ya dope!
She’s grieving.

Oops I misread a mini part. Regardless you shared it because it was a negative abortion story
Where are ALL the MANY positive stories?

Misread a tiny part? You judged this woman for telling her story. She’s a mother grieving over the loss of a child.

To quote shitantichoiceprotestorssay,

"Whatever hypothetical situation you propose, or whatever logical fallacy you claim I am using, my body and my personal health decisions are not up for you to debate.
You are just going to have to deal.”


What does that have to do with this woman’s heartbreak?

"Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have."
^ Because this is a transparent lie, that’s what. Is this even her picture?

Why would she lie about her experience.
mysonandstars
is one of the people I will defend to the end. Nobody messes with her without going through me.

That’s sweet and all but you misunderstood what I said.
She didn’t lie about not having a fantastic time. She lied when she said that was the norm for abortions.

So she’s lying about a belief she holds?

You worded that in a very tricky manner, but roughly, yeah.
She went ahead and assumed that closer to 0% of all people actually want abortions, and that “many” of them feel anything less than relieved that they did what they had to do.
That’s not true at all! So sorry! Come back next week!

But…. Many do. Have you ever seen anything by Silent No More? They’ve got a YouTube page with all sorts of testimonies, including that of Alveda King, the niece of Martin Luther King Jr. A friend of mine recently spoke for SNM but it wouldn’t be uploaded yet. How about the fact that Norma McCorvey, Jane Roe, regrets her abortion and wishes she would have never had anything to do with the legislation. Now you may think
mysonandstars
is incorrect or mistaken but that’s very different than calling my friend, a woman who is mourning the death of her child, a blatant liar. By the way, losing a child isn’t just “less than relieved” or “not having a fantastic time”.

You’re still misunderstanding my post. She did not lie about her experience. She lied when she said that experience was the norm. I’m not repeating myself again.
Some do. Not many/most. People leaving abortion clinics were surveyed, studied, etc, and the vast majority report relief.

Using data from 843 women seeking abortions from 30 clinics from 2008 to 2010, women were asked about 6 emotions: relief, happiness, guilt, regret, sadness, and anger.
While women reported mixed emotions after an abortion, 90% felt relieved, and more than 80% of women who felt negative emotions still thought they had made the correct choice.

idk if you’ve noticed but 90% is a lot.
Had your friend only been wanting to share her experience, that’s all I would’ve come here to do. I clicked reblog because I was ready to go off on this clearly inept doctor.
Instead, your friend made it about this agenda that has openly admitted it would rather see me and everyone like me dead than let me have an abortion, and I am not about to take that kindly.
I’m sorry she had a terrible experience. I am.
I am not sorry that I’m standing up for the people the movement she’s advocating for wants to hurt. I will never be.

And other studies show that 65% of women feel pressured into an abortion. 

mysonandstars wants to help other women and other children not go through the same trauma she was. 

She wants to help other mothers not lose their children. She wants to ease the pain and prevent grief and mourning. She wants to help women and children. 

But again, this is so much more than just a bad experience for her 

Her baby died, and you’re not really showing any empathy for her. 

That’s the last I’ll be replying to you about this.

magicaldorkwhore:

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mysonandstars:

I recently went back to the clinic in which I had an abortion. I wanted to have my ultrasound pictures and a copy of my file. It has been tough digesting what the file holds but I feel like it was something I needed to do. Notes from my abortion counselor. “Pt returned today very confident and sure that ab is best. She is looking forward to being in a school play.” I’m sorry, I didn’t realize crying uncontrollably, having a panic attack in your office, and telling you that I wanted to proceed with my pregnancy but that I felt trapped into this by my partner was a full display of confidence. I was not an empowered feminist proud to have ownership of my body and offspring in this moment. I was lost, anxious, alone and with no one to turn to. Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have. But we know that we must hurry and get on with it because the fetus is growing and the clinic workers are pushing for an answer. When I told my abortionist that I strongly thought of taking my child away from their father and raising them myself but that I didn’t know what it entailed, she did not talk about alternatives and my other options. She encouraged me to have an abortion regardless of how helpless I felt or how much I cried. Couldn’t she had said ‘Sara, maybe this isn’t for you after all. Would you like to go home?’ And I would’ve screamed, yes! Thank you! I hear and read this too often from other women, unfortunately. There are so many women out there who are lied to about what abortion does and what is really inside of them all by the people who are supposed to help us exercise our empowerment as women. Why are they withholding the truth from us? There are a handful of us who realize what we’ve done after its too late and the pain and regret lasts for a lifetime. A little encouragement and hope can go a long way. Women deserve better, as do our children.

Of course you would share a story of someone who chose against an abortion

She wanted to keep hers, good for her she made that CHOICE. Doesn’t mean I have to make the same one

She had the abortion, ya dope!


She’s grieving.

Oops I misread a mini part. Regardless you shared it because it was a negative abortion story

Where are ALL the MANY positive stories?

Misread a tiny part? You judged this woman for telling her story. She’s a mother grieving over the loss of a child.

To quote shitantichoiceprotestorssay,

"Whatever hypothetical situation you propose, or whatever logical fallacy you claim I am using, my body and my personal health decisions are not up for you to debate.

You are just going to have to deal.”

What does that have to do with this woman’s heartbreak?

"Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have."

^ Because this is a transparent lie, that’s what. Is this even her picture?

Why would she lie about her experience.
mysonandstars
is one of the people I will defend to the end. Nobody messes with her without going through me.

That’s sweet and all but you misunderstood what I said.

She didn’t lie about not having a fantastic time. She lied when she said that was the norm for abortions.

So she’s lying about a belief she holds?

You worded that in a very tricky manner, but roughly, yeah.

She went ahead and assumed that closer to 0% of all people actually want abortions, and that “many” of them feel anything less than relieved that they did what they had to do.

That’s not true at all! So sorry! Come back next week!

But…. Many do. Have you ever seen anything by Silent No More? They’ve got a YouTube page with all sorts of testimonies, including that of Alveda King, the niece of Martin Luther King Jr. A friend of mine recently spoke for SNM but it wouldn’t be uploaded yet. How about the fact that Norma McCorvey, Jane Roe, regrets her abortion and wishes she would have never had anything to do with the legislation. Now you may think
mysonandstars
is incorrect or mistaken but that’s very different than calling my friend, a woman who is mourning the death of her child, a blatant liar. By the way, losing a child isn’t just “less than relieved” or “not having a fantastic time”.

You’re still misunderstanding my post. She did not lie about her experience. She lied when she said that experience was the norm. I’m not repeating myself again.

Some do. Not many/most. People leaving abortion clinics were surveyed, studied, etc, and the vast majority report relief.

Using data from 843 women seeking abortions from 30 clinics from 2008 to 2010, women were asked about 6 emotions: relief, happiness, guilt, regret, sadness, and anger.

While women reported mixed emotions after an abortion, 90% felt relieved, and more than 80% of women who felt negative emotions still thought they had made the correct choice.

idk if you’ve noticed but 90% is a lot.


Had your friend only been wanting to share her experience, that’s all I would’ve come here to do. I clicked reblog because I was ready to go off on this clearly inept doctor.

Instead, your friend made it about this agenda that has openly admitted it would rather see me and everyone like me dead than let me have an abortion, and I am not about to take that kindly.

I’m sorry she had a terrible experience. I am.

I am not sorry that I’m standing up for the people the movement she’s advocating for wants to hurt. I will never be.

And other studies show that 65% of women feel pressured into an abortion. mysonandstars wants to help other women and other children not go through the same trauma she was. She wants to help other mothers not lose their children. She wants to ease the pain and prevent grief and mourning. She wants to help women and children. But again, this is so much more than just a bad experience for her Her baby died, and you’re not really showing any empathy for her. That’s the last I’ll be replying to you about this. Source: mysonandstars

mysonandstars:

Regardless of whether or not I had been forced into having an abortion or had an abortion and regretted it after, the pro choice community fails to welcome and take care of post abortive mothers who do not agree with their cause. We are told we are not allowed to mourn the loss of our babies because we simply made the wrong decision. They are incapable of extending compassion and say that Post Abortion Stress Syndrome and those who suffer from it are invalid attempts to shame and scare women away from having abortions. We are real, our pain and loss are valid and you cannot silence us because we don’t fit into your positive abortion story archive. There is no such thing as a positive abortion where at least one life is unrightfully taken. These so call ‘decisions’ are little humans whose lives and well being are worth just as much as yours.

There are so many mixed opinions and emotions that happen to people after an abortion, but there is a narrative that tries to shut up women who don’t feel good about their abortions.

mysonandstars:

Regardless of whether or not I had been forced into having an abortion or had an abortion and regretted it after, the pro choice community fails to welcome and take care of post abortive mothers who do not agree with their cause. We are told we are not allowed to mourn the loss of our babies because we simply made the wrong decision. They are incapable of extending compassion and say that Post Abortion Stress Syndrome and those who suffer from it are invalid attempts to shame and scare women away from having abortions. We are real, our pain and loss are valid and you cannot silence us because we don’t fit into your positive abortion story archive. There is no such thing as a positive abortion where at least one life is unrightfully taken. These so call ‘decisions’ are little humans whose lives and well being are worth just as much as yours.

There are so many mixed opinions and emotions that happen to people after an abortion, but there is a narrative that tries to shut up women who don’t feel good about their abortions.

Source: mysonandstars

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mysonandstars:

I recently went back to the clinic in which I had an abortion. I wanted to have my ultrasound pictures and a copy of my file. It has been tough digesting what the file holds but I feel like it was something I needed to do. Notes from my abortion counselor. “Pt returned today very confident and sure that ab is best. She is looking forward to being in a school play.” I’m sorry, I didn’t realize crying uncontrollably, having a panic attack in your office, and telling you that I wanted to proceed with my pregnancy but that I felt trapped into this by my partner was a full display of confidence. I was not an empowered feminist proud to have ownership of my body and offspring in this moment. I was lost, anxious, alone and with no one to turn to. Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have. But we know that we must hurry and get on with it because the fetus is growing and the clinic workers are pushing for an answer. When I told my abortionist that I strongly thought of taking my child away from their father and raising them myself but that I didn’t know what it entailed, she did not talk about alternatives and my other options. She encouraged me to have an abortion regardless of how helpless I felt or how much I cried. Couldn’t she had said ‘Sara, maybe this isn’t for you after all. Would you like to go home?’ And I would’ve screamed, yes! Thank you! I hear and read this too often from other women, unfortunately. There are so many women out there who are lied to about what abortion does and what is really inside of them all by the people who are supposed to help us exercise our empowerment as women. Why are they withholding the truth from us? There are a handful of us who realize what we’ve done after its too late and the pain and regret lasts for a lifetime. A little encouragement and hope can go a long way. Women deserve better, as do our children.

Of course you would share a story of someone who chose against an abortion
She wanted to keep hers, good for her she made that CHOICE. Doesn’t mean I have to make the same one

She had the abortion, ya dope!
She’s grieving.

Oops I misread a mini part. Regardless you shared it because it was a negative abortion story
Where are ALL the MANY positive stories?

Misread a tiny part? You judged this woman for telling her story. She’s a mother grieving over the loss of a child.

To quote shitantichoiceprotestorssay,

"Whatever hypothetical situation you propose, or whatever logical fallacy you claim I am using, my body and my personal health decisions are not up for you to debate.
You are just going to have to deal.”


What does that have to do with this woman’s heartbreak?

"Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have."
^ Because this is a transparent lie, that’s what. Is this even her picture?

Why would she lie about her experience.
mysonandstars
is one of the people I will defend to the end. Nobody messes with her without going through me.

That’s sweet and all but you misunderstood what I said.
She didn’t lie about not having a fantastic time. She lied when she said that was the norm for abortions.

So she’s lying about a belief she holds?

You worded that in a very tricky manner, but roughly, yeah.
She went ahead and assumed that closer to 0% of all people actually want abortions, and that “many” of them feel anything less than relieved that they did what they had to do.
That’s not true at all! So sorry! Come back next week!

But…. Many do. 

Have you ever seen anything by Silent No More? They’ve got a YouTube page with all sorts of testimonies, including that of Alveda King, the niece of Martin Luther King Jr.  A friend of mine recently spoke for SNM but it wouldn’t be uploaded yet. 

How about the fact that Norma McCorvey, Jane Roe, regrets her abortion and wishes she would have never had anything to do with the legislation. 


Now you may think mysonandstars is incorrect or mistaken but that’s very different than calling my friend, a woman who is mourning the death of her child, a blatant liar. 


By the way, losing a child isn’t just “less than relieved” or “not having a fantastic time”.

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mysonandstars:

I recently went back to the clinic in which I had an abortion. I wanted to have my ultrasound pictures and a copy of my file. It has been tough digesting what the file holds but I feel like it was something I needed to do. Notes from my abortion counselor. “Pt returned today very confident and sure that ab is best. She is looking forward to being in a school play.” I’m sorry, I didn’t realize crying uncontrollably, having a panic attack in your office, and telling you that I wanted to proceed with my pregnancy but that I felt trapped into this by my partner was a full display of confidence. I was not an empowered feminist proud to have ownership of my body and offspring in this moment. I was lost, anxious, alone and with no one to turn to. Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have. But we know that we must hurry and get on with it because the fetus is growing and the clinic workers are pushing for an answer. When I told my abortionist that I strongly thought of taking my child away from their father and raising them myself but that I didn’t know what it entailed, she did not talk about alternatives and my other options. She encouraged me to have an abortion regardless of how helpless I felt or how much I cried. Couldn’t she had said ‘Sara, maybe this isn’t for you after all. Would you like to go home?’ And I would’ve screamed, yes! Thank you! I hear and read this too often from other women, unfortunately. There are so many women out there who are lied to about what abortion does and what is really inside of them all by the people who are supposed to help us exercise our empowerment as women. Why are they withholding the truth from us? There are a handful of us who realize what we’ve done after its too late and the pain and regret lasts for a lifetime. A little encouragement and hope can go a long way. Women deserve better, as do our children.

Of course you would share a story of someone who chose against an abortion

She wanted to keep hers, good for her she made that CHOICE. Doesn’t mean I have to make the same one

She had the abortion, ya dope!


She’s grieving.

Oops I misread a mini part. Regardless you shared it because it was a negative abortion story

Where are ALL the MANY positive stories?

Misread a tiny part? You judged this woman for telling her story. She’s a mother grieving over the loss of a child.

To quote shitantichoiceprotestorssay,

"Whatever hypothetical situation you propose, or whatever logical fallacy you claim I am using, my body and my personal health decisions are not up for you to debate.

You are just going to have to deal.”

What does that have to do with this woman’s heartbreak?

"Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have."

^ Because this is a transparent lie, that’s what. Is this even her picture?

Why would she lie about her experience.
mysonandstars
is one of the people I will defend to the end. Nobody messes with her without going through me.

That’s sweet and all but you misunderstood what I said.

She didn’t lie about not having a fantastic time. She lied when she said that was the norm for abortions.

So she’s lying about a belief she holds?

You worded that in a very tricky manner, but roughly, yeah.

She went ahead and assumed that closer to 0% of all people actually want abortions, and that “many” of them feel anything less than relieved that they did what they had to do.

That’s not true at all! So sorry! Come back next week!

But…. Many do. Have you ever seen anything by Silent No More? They’ve got a YouTube page with all sorts of testimonies, including that of Alveda King, the niece of Martin Luther King Jr. A friend of mine recently spoke for SNM but it wouldn’t be uploaded yet. How about the fact that Norma McCorvey, Jane Roe, regrets her abortion and wishes she would have never had anything to do with the legislation. Now you may think mysonandstars is incorrect or mistaken but that’s very different than calling my friend, a woman who is mourning the death of her child, a blatant liar. By the way, losing a child isn’t just “less than relieved” or “not having a fantastic time”. Source: mysonandstars

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mysonandstars:

I recently went back to the clinic in which I had an abortion. I wanted to have my ultrasound pictures and a copy of my file. It has been tough digesting what the file holds but I feel like it was something I needed to do. Notes from my abortion counselor. “Pt returned today very confident and sure that ab is best. She is looking forward to being in a school play.” I’m sorry, I didn’t realize crying uncontrollably, having a panic attack in your office, and telling you that I wanted to proceed with my pregnancy but that I felt trapped into this by my partner was a full display of confidence. I was not an empowered feminist proud to have ownership of my body and offspring in this moment. I was lost, anxious, alone and with no one to turn to. Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have. But we know that we must hurry and get on with it because the fetus is growing and the clinic workers are pushing for an answer. When I told my abortionist that I strongly thought of taking my child away from their father and raising them myself but that I didn’t know what it entailed, she did not talk about alternatives and my other options. She encouraged me to have an abortion regardless of how helpless I felt or how much I cried. Couldn’t she had said ‘Sara, maybe this isn’t for you after all. Would you like to go home?’ And I would’ve screamed, yes! Thank you! I hear and read this too often from other women, unfortunately. There are so many women out there who are lied to about what abortion does and what is really inside of them all by the people who are supposed to help us exercise our empowerment as women. Why are they withholding the truth from us? There are a handful of us who realize what we’ve done after its too late and the pain and regret lasts for a lifetime. A little encouragement and hope can go a long way. Women deserve better, as do our children.

Of course you would share a story of someone who chose against an abortion
She wanted to keep hers, good for her she made that CHOICE. Doesn’t mean I have to make the same one

She had the abortion, ya dope!
She’s grieving.

Oops I misread a mini part. Regardless you shared it because it was a negative abortion story
Where are ALL the MANY positive stories?

Misread a tiny part? You judged this woman for telling her story. She’s a mother grieving over the loss of a child.

To quote shitantichoiceprotestorssay,

"Whatever hypothetical situation you propose, or whatever logical fallacy you claim I am using, my body and my personal health decisions are not up for you to debate.
You are just going to have to deal.”


What does that have to do with this woman’s heartbreak?

"Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have."
^ Because this is a transparent lie, that’s what. Is this even her picture?

Why would she lie about her experience.
mysonandstars
is one of the people I will defend to the end. Nobody messes with her without going through me.

That’s sweet and all but you misunderstood what I said.
She didn’t lie about not having a fantastic time. She lied when she said that was the norm for abortions.

So she’s lying about a belief she holds?

magicaldorkwhore:

prolifeforall:

magicaldorkwhore:

prolifeforall:

magicaldorkwhore:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

mysonandstars:

I recently went back to the clinic in which I had an abortion. I wanted to have my ultrasound pictures and a copy of my file. It has been tough digesting what the file holds but I feel like it was something I needed to do. Notes from my abortion counselor. “Pt returned today very confident and sure that ab is best. She is looking forward to being in a school play.” I’m sorry, I didn’t realize crying uncontrollably, having a panic attack in your office, and telling you that I wanted to proceed with my pregnancy but that I felt trapped into this by my partner was a full display of confidence. I was not an empowered feminist proud to have ownership of my body and offspring in this moment. I was lost, anxious, alone and with no one to turn to. Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have. But we know that we must hurry and get on with it because the fetus is growing and the clinic workers are pushing for an answer. When I told my abortionist that I strongly thought of taking my child away from their father and raising them myself but that I didn’t know what it entailed, she did not talk about alternatives and my other options. She encouraged me to have an abortion regardless of how helpless I felt or how much I cried. Couldn’t she had said ‘Sara, maybe this isn’t for you after all. Would you like to go home?’ And I would’ve screamed, yes! Thank you! I hear and read this too often from other women, unfortunately. There are so many women out there who are lied to about what abortion does and what is really inside of them all by the people who are supposed to help us exercise our empowerment as women. Why are they withholding the truth from us? There are a handful of us who realize what we’ve done after its too late and the pain and regret lasts for a lifetime. A little encouragement and hope can go a long way. Women deserve better, as do our children.

Of course you would share a story of someone who chose against an abortion

She wanted to keep hers, good for her she made that CHOICE. Doesn’t mean I have to make the same one

She had the abortion, ya dope!


She’s grieving.

Oops I misread a mini part. Regardless you shared it because it was a negative abortion story

Where are ALL the MANY positive stories?

Misread a tiny part? You judged this woman for telling her story. She’s a mother grieving over the loss of a child.

To quote shitantichoiceprotestorssay,

"Whatever hypothetical situation you propose, or whatever logical fallacy you claim I am using, my body and my personal health decisions are not up for you to debate.

You are just going to have to deal.”

What does that have to do with this woman’s heartbreak?

"Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have."

^ Because this is a transparent lie, that’s what. Is this even her picture?

Why would she lie about her experience.
mysonandstars
is one of the people I will defend to the end. Nobody messes with her without going through me.

That’s sweet and all but you misunderstood what I said.

She didn’t lie about not having a fantastic time. She lied when she said that was the norm for abortions.

So she’s lying about a belief she holds?

Source: mysonandstars

  • Question: hello- i have been, for my entire adult life, a very liberal democrat. i grew up in a household full of doctors and nurses, and above all, feminists. so i of course was raised pro-choice. i have never really "supported" abortion so much as i supported a woman's freedom to choose to have one. recently i've been questioning that. i am, respectfully, shocked that you're liberal and an atheist (like myself) but also pro-life. is there any reading material you could point me towards? - thesalltwatercure
  • Answer:

    clinicquotes:

    The Liberal Case Against Abortion By Vasu Murti and Carol Crossed is an excellent place to start. http://www.amazon.com/The-Liberal-Case-Against-Abortion/dp/0977223434

    It’s on amazon, but its really expensive. Fortunately, most of the book is available online here. http://www.all-creatures.org/murti/pub-thelib.html

    I remember reading that some time ago. 

    You should also check out Feminists for Life

    http://www.feministsforlife.org/

    There are a number of other really good books on abortion written by people who are more on the left. One is http://www.fnsa.org/apaw/ Acheiving Peace in the Abortion War. http://www.amazon.com/Achieving-Peace-Abortion-Rachel-MacNair/dp/1440113254

    You also might want to contact Democrats for Life, the Pro-life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians, Pro-Life Pagans (they are mostly liberal) and Secular Pro-life. These are all groups with members that are, for the most part, pretty far from conservativism

Source: clinicquotes

My Formerly Pro-Choice Friend Now Self-Identifies as Pro-Life!

Source: talkingaboutabortion

Unfortunately

prolifeforall:

talkingaboutabortion:

prolifeforall:

Ive got myself a stalker.

In order to try to deal with this, I’ll be away from tumblr for a while. Right now I’m looking into legal solutions.

If you have any legal knowledge, shoot me a message. Otherwise, I won’t be posting.

Thanks for all the support guys!

I think the situation has been thoroughly dealt with :)

Source: prolifeforall

magicaldorkwhore:

prolifeforall:

magicaldorkwhore:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

mysonandstars:

I recently went back to the clinic in which I had an abortion. I wanted to have my ultrasound pictures and a copy of my file. It has been tough digesting what the file holds but I feel like it was something I needed to do. Notes from my abortion counselor. “Pt returned today very confident and sure that ab is best. She is looking forward to being in a school play.” I’m sorry, I didn’t realize crying uncontrollably, having a panic attack in your office, and telling you that I wanted to proceed with my pregnancy but that I felt trapped into this by my partner was a full display of confidence. I was not an empowered feminist proud to have ownership of my body and offspring in this moment. I was lost, anxious, alone and with no one to turn to. Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have. But we know that we must hurry and get on with it because the fetus is growing and the clinic workers are pushing for an answer. When I told my abortionist that I strongly thought of taking my child away from their father and raising them myself but that I didn’t know what it entailed, she did not talk about alternatives and my other options. She encouraged me to have an abortion regardless of how helpless I felt or how much I cried. Couldn’t she had said ‘Sara, maybe this isn’t for you after all. Would you like to go home?’ And I would’ve screamed, yes! Thank you! I hear and read this too often from other women, unfortunately. There are so many women out there who are lied to about what abortion does and what is really inside of them all by the people who are supposed to help us exercise our empowerment as women. Why are they withholding the truth from us? There are a handful of us who realize what we’ve done after its too late and the pain and regret lasts for a lifetime. A little encouragement and hope can go a long way. Women deserve better, as do our children.

Of course you would share a story of someone who chose against an abortion
She wanted to keep hers, good for her she made that CHOICE. Doesn’t mean I have to make the same one

She had the abortion, ya dope!
She’s grieving.

Oops I misread a mini part. Regardless you shared it because it was a negative abortion story
Where are ALL the MANY positive stories?

Misread a tiny part? You judged this woman for telling her story. She’s a mother grieving over the loss of a child.

To quote shitantichoiceprotestorssay,

"Whatever hypothetical situation you propose, or whatever logical fallacy you claim I am using, my body and my personal health decisions are not up for you to debate.
You are just going to have to deal.”


What does that have to do with this woman’s heartbreak?

"Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have."
^ Because this is a transparent lie, that’s what. Is this even her picture?

Why would she lie about her experience. 

mysonandstars is one of the people I will defend to the end.  Nobody messes with her without going through me.

magicaldorkwhore:

prolifeforall:

magicaldorkwhore:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

mysonandstars:

I recently went back to the clinic in which I had an abortion. I wanted to have my ultrasound pictures and a copy of my file. It has been tough digesting what the file holds but I feel like it was something I needed to do. Notes from my abortion counselor. “Pt returned today very confident and sure that ab is best. She is looking forward to being in a school play.” I’m sorry, I didn’t realize crying uncontrollably, having a panic attack in your office, and telling you that I wanted to proceed with my pregnancy but that I felt trapped into this by my partner was a full display of confidence. I was not an empowered feminist proud to have ownership of my body and offspring in this moment. I was lost, anxious, alone and with no one to turn to. Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have. But we know that we must hurry and get on with it because the fetus is growing and the clinic workers are pushing for an answer. When I told my abortionist that I strongly thought of taking my child away from their father and raising them myself but that I didn’t know what it entailed, she did not talk about alternatives and my other options. She encouraged me to have an abortion regardless of how helpless I felt or how much I cried. Couldn’t she had said ‘Sara, maybe this isn’t for you after all. Would you like to go home?’ And I would’ve screamed, yes! Thank you! I hear and read this too often from other women, unfortunately. There are so many women out there who are lied to about what abortion does and what is really inside of them all by the people who are supposed to help us exercise our empowerment as women. Why are they withholding the truth from us? There are a handful of us who realize what we’ve done after its too late and the pain and regret lasts for a lifetime. A little encouragement and hope can go a long way. Women deserve better, as do our children.

Of course you would share a story of someone who chose against an abortion

She wanted to keep hers, good for her she made that CHOICE. Doesn’t mean I have to make the same one

She had the abortion, ya dope!


She’s grieving.

Oops I misread a mini part. Regardless you shared it because it was a negative abortion story

Where are ALL the MANY positive stories?

Misread a tiny part? You judged this woman for telling her story. She’s a mother grieving over the loss of a child.

To quote shitantichoiceprotestorssay,

"Whatever hypothetical situation you propose, or whatever logical fallacy you claim I am using, my body and my personal health decisions are not up for you to debate.

You are just going to have to deal.”

What does that have to do with this woman’s heartbreak?

"Often times women seek abortions because we are desperate, not empowered or confident. We believe we don’t have any other options. The sad truth is that many of us would really love to carry on with our pregnancies though we don’t know what resources we have or don’t have."

^ Because this is a transparent lie, that’s what. Is this even her picture?

Why would she lie about her experience. mysonandstars is one of the people I will defend to the end. Nobody messes with her without going through me. Source: mysonandstars

http://equality-activist-atheist-woman.tumblr.com/post/98731587070/prolifeforall-anactualrealfetus-dear-mom-be

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

prolifeforall:

anactualrealfetus:

Dear mom,

Be careful. In-utero I seem to already have the ability to conjugate sentences and form reasoned opinions and am already aware of my inherent superiority over you.

Be afraid.

- Demon fetus

I don’t know if ( besides the fact that prolifers…

I think that it misrepresents the prolife position and mocks the very thing that so many people desire and grieve.

Well then don’t read it. It just shows how inaccurate your movement is

And you’re the one who guilted me for my abortion don’t be a hypocrite

(The responses you’re just getting now were queued posts by the way)

Ah, ok.

Can I ask how you think I intentionally made you feel guilty? I do my best to be as respectful, courteous, and compassionate as I possibly can do feedback is not only welcome but encouraged.

LOL
you told me I didn’t have to kill my child
Word for word
How is that in ANY WAY respectful!?

I said I try to be.

I’m not perfect.

Id like to be better.

So you’re going to ask me how you guilted me pretending your so innocent

Then admit you told me I killed my child.

That is intentional shame, you knew what you were doing. It wasn’t some minor thing that you didn’t know was offensive, you knew and you used it

But that’s all the entire pro life movement is. You shame people for having abortions or wanting them, you guilt people for having them or wanting them, you manipulate people into choosing to not have an abortion.

It is IMPOSSIBLE to end abortion. Illegal or legal, there are going to be people out there who don’t want to be pregnant and will go to any measure to make that happen.

I don’t think I came out and said “u r a murderer” or anything like that. I wasn’t trying to concentrate on your past or anything.

I apologize.

Your movement is a movement of constant shaming. You have more than just me to apologize to if you’re going to apologize for shaming peoples pasts (and futures)

I don’t believe what you had done was moral or ethical, and I think it should be illegal.

I don’t think you’re a bad person or an evil serial murderer. I think you’re a passionate young person who had had hardships in your past that you’ve overcome and continue to overcome.

I didn’t really have to overcome anything besides depression. I have no regret over my decisions and it’s been like this since day one. What I did was moral and ethical because I was thinking about myself and making decisions to make myself happy for the first time

I was meaning overcome things in general. That’s just the vibe I get.

Even if it wasn’t for depression I still wouldn’t have remained pregnant. He was not the proper guy to have a baby with, I have school.. It was not the time and isn’t the time and won’t be the time for a while.

I wasn’t been applying your hardships to pregnancy, just in general.

You’re a strong person and you’re passionate. I admire that :)

Tell that to the other pro lifers who are literally insulting me and continue to guilt me despite me saying they’re just placing blame and guilt, saying/implying it’s my fault for having sex -.-

I’ll come up with a text post about the issue and send you a message when it’s posted. I want to do something larger on that issue.

Source: anactualrealfetus

http://equality-activist-atheist-woman.tumblr.com/post/98731587070/prolifeforall-anactualrealfetus-dear-mom-be

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

equality-activist-atheist-woman:

prolifeforall:

prolifeforall:

anactualrealfetus:

Dear mom,

Be careful. In-utero I seem to already have the ability to conjugate sentences and form reasoned opinions and am already aware of my inherent superiority over you.

Be afraid.

- Demon fetus

I don’t know if ( besides the fact that prolifers…

I think that it misrepresents the prolife position and mocks the very thing that so many people desire and grieve.

Well then don’t read it. It just shows how inaccurate your movement is

And you’re the one who guilted me for my abortion don’t be a hypocrite

(The responses you’re just getting now were queued posts by the way)

Ah, ok.

Can I ask how you think I intentionally made you feel guilty? I do my best to be as respectful, courteous, and compassionate as I possibly can do feedback is not only welcome but encouraged.

LOL
you told me I didn’t have to kill my child
Word for word
How is that in ANY WAY respectful!?

I said I try to be.

I’m not perfect.

Id like to be better.

So you’re going to ask me how you guilted me pretending your so innocent

Then admit you told me I killed my child.

That is intentional shame, you knew what you were doing. It wasn’t some minor thing that you didn’t know was offensive, you knew and you used it

But that’s all the entire pro life movement is. You shame people for having abortions or wanting them, you guilt people for having them or wanting them, you manipulate people into choosing to not have an abortion.

It is IMPOSSIBLE to end abortion. Illegal or legal, there are going to be people out there who don’t want to be pregnant and will go to any measure to make that happen.

I don’t think I came out and said “u r a murderer” or anything like that. I wasn’t trying to concentrate on your past or anything.

I apologize.

Your movement is a movement of constant shaming. You have more than just me to apologize to if you’re going to apologize for shaming peoples pasts (and futures)

I don’t believe what you had done was moral or ethical, and I think it should be illegal.

I don’t think you’re a bad person or an evil serial murderer. I think you’re a passionate young person who had had hardships in your past that you’ve overcome and continue to overcome.

I didn’t really have to overcome anything besides depression. I have no regret over my decisions and it’s been like this since day one. What I did was moral and ethical because I was thinking about myself and making decisions to make myself happy for the first time

I was meaning overcome things in general. That’s just the vibe I get.

Even if it wasn’t for depression I still wouldn’t have remained pregnant. He was not the proper guy to have a baby with, I have school.. It was not the time and isn’t the time and won’t be the time for a while.

I wasn’t been applying your hardships to pregnancy, just in general.

You’re a strong person and you’re passionate. I admire that :)

Source: anactualrealfetus

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