“Wow. This is amazing. We really need to get the word out about this. What surprised me the most was her statement that after fighting this case, she didn’t actually have an abortion. Did I hear that right? Did she really say that?”
Mandie! You did hear her right! Isn’t that amazing?! Can you imagine! Something a friend of mine has told me many times now continues to resonate in my mind . . . she says, “I’ve never heard of a woman who says, ‘I’m so glad I had my abortion.'”
That is so profound to me. I recognize that there are often profound challenges for the people that make this decision, but I don’t think anyone is consciously happy about a decision to eliminate their child.
I watched another short film from this site titled “Truth”: http://virtuemedia.org/films.htm You can find it toward the bottom of the page. It’s not visually difficult, but it is emotional as women share their personal experience and regret after having an abortion. So sad.
-Tim C. Williams
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