Abort73 exists because abortion exists. And because a deep and accurate understanding of abortion does not exist. If you’ll invest a few moments in serious, objective reflection, we’d like to demonstrate why elective abortion is immoral and unjust.
If you are thinking about having an abortion, please consider the case against abortion, particularly the pages on prenatal development, abortion techniques, and the difficult, but sobering page of real-life abortion pictures. Then read the stories of the countless women who have gone before you.
Help is available. Visit OptionLine.org for confidential, round-the-clock counseling via phone or chat, or to find free, local pregnancy care services in your area.
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Life is its Own Reward: Lessons from The Blind Side (Abort73 Blog)
I have always been so kind to others and have always put them before anything. But I finally got to the point where I was sick of that. So I decided I'd start doing better for myself. As a result, I found out I was pregnant. But due to my job and what others would think—and because I wasn't in love by the father of the baby—I decided to abort. I went to Planned Parenthood with the father of my child. But when I saw the ultrasound, I didn't want to abort anymore. As soon as the father and I drifted apart, I decided this would be the perfect opportunity to finally do something that would benefit myself. I went into the Planned Parenthood again, and this time I didn't back out. I was scared and numb—so I thought. When I went in, I was given information about how the process would go. They sent me back out to the waiting room while they fixed the room. Within five minutes, my name was called. It was time. I went in pretty nervous, and I wasn't really thinking anymore. He started to put tools into me. I couldn't stand thinking about what was happening. I suddenly began crying. Hard. The doctor asked if I needed a break, but what I really wished was that I could get the last 10 minutes back... Click here to read this story in its entirety.
Date Submitted: November 14, 2014
A new human being comes into existence during the process of fertilization.
Growth in the womb is a rapid process; All systems are in place by week eight.
It is unjust and inaccurate to classify certain human beings as “non-persons.”
All abortion methods violate the most basic medical tenet: “Do No Harm.”
Abortion is an act of violence against an innocent human being.