“Two weeks after the abortion, I went into labor. I staggered into the bathroom. And there, with my husband beside me, I delivered a part of my baby the doctor had missed. It was the head of my baby… I’ll wake up in the middle of the night, thinking I hear a baby crying. And I still have nightmares in which I am forced to watch my baby being ripped apart in front of me. I simply miss my baby. I constantly wake up wanting to nurse my child, wanting to hold my child. And that’s something the doctor never told me I would experience.”
Those are the words of Lori Nerad, the former national president of Women Exploited by Abortion—and a woman who knows firsthand the destructive aftermath that abortion has on your mind, body and soul.
But with articles like the one recently published by Teen Vogue, abortion advocates are trying to wipe that horrific picture from the minds of America’s youth, and replace it with one of a no-big-deal procedure equivalent to a manicure or hair appointment. The article not only nonchalantly describes this act of murder as something that “shouldn’t have to be so scary,” but also provides teens with gift ideas for friends who just had an abortion, in order to mask this heinous crime as something to be celebrated.
“She will need a ride, she will need a hug and she will need you—not because the act itself is so terrible, but because sometimes the world can be,” the article states. “Here are some things to lift her spirits, to help ease the cramps and to put a smile on her face.”
With high-waisted period panties, a girl power cap, some chocolates and an “Angry Uterus Heating Pad” by her side, Teen Vogue ensures you your friend will be JUST fine and dandy.
Oh, and let’s not forget the F-U-terus Pin by Kidd Bell.
I WISH I WAS JOKING…