A 16-year-old young lady, Autumn, and Students For Life, responded to a Teen Vogue article titled What to Get a Friend Post-Abortion. Her response is stunning! “Hello, I’m Autumn, and I’m 16…and since I’m a teen, this was directed at me.” She gives a brief overview of this article by stating, “The point of the article was to make the situation seem as light-hearted, and nonchalant as possible to convince girls my age that abortion is no big deal.” She reiterates that “…abortion is a big deal, a very big deal.” She challenges Teen Vogue’s fantasyland description of abortion by admonishing with the truth. “No one skips into that room as if they’re getting their hair highlighted or their nails painted…The thought of going into a room and having my baby surgically removed from my body is both terrifying and scary.” Autumn shares her view on girl power, “To me abortion seems to be like the opposite of girl power; it is the most invasive and degrading thing that could happen to a girl, and my version of girl power is knowing that I am valuable and precious, I am grateful that I was allowed to live, and I want all girls and boys to have that same right. This is a human rights issue not a girl power movement.”
Hearing Autumn speak is very eye-opening and inspiring as she uncovers the agenda of Planned Parenthood and as she shares places that will help women before they have an abortion and after an abortion. She implores the young teenagers and college students to get involved and join her with Students For Life which is a great way for you to be involved in the Pro-Life Movement. If you are considering abortion know that there are many other options to help you and to choose life for your baby. Make sure to listen or watch the full interview and be inspired to stand for life! Also, shared in this segment: right to life, choice, abortions, parenthood, adoption, prayer, and support. Greg shared in this segment.
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