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The Tragic Irony of Pro-Aborts

“You don't want me to answer that question!”

A middle-aged white woman wearing a COVID mask argued with me that abortion must be legal because we “don’t have the infrastructure to care for the children that would be born, and there aren’t enough resources.” I asked her, “So you think death is the solution?” Misunderstanding the subject of my question, she answered, “I don’t think you want me to answer that,” meaning that she regularly thought of killing herself. The tragic irony is that this woman argued that abortion is health care for women while she struggled daily with the will to live. She didn’t say it outright, but her speech and mannerisms suggested that she had had an abortion in the past.

Countless pro-abortion women argue that if they were victims of rape, they should not be “forced” to go through the trauma of childbirth and have to look at their rapist’s baby for the rest of their lives. While most women openly say that “no woman wants to have an abortion,” they simultaneously deny the trauma of abortion itself. We can all agree that rape is traumatic and evil to the core, but doing violence to a baby because someone else did violence to you is a wicked “solution” that is by far more traumatizing to the baby (who gets killed!) And the mother who suffers the guilt and trauma of the abortion for the rest of her life.

Multiple women told me that they would have killed themselves if they were “forced” to give birth to their babies. Yet,

those same women also admitted that they have regular suicidal thoughts. The devil is a liar and only comes to steal, kill, and destroy. Abortion is more traumatic than rape. Giving birth to a baby may be painful and traumatic in its way, but it is also literally life-giving and healing.

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