Why so many abortion workers have turned pro-life

In 2008, however, abortionist Lisa Harris endeavored to begin “breaking the silence” in the pages of the journal Reproductive Health Matters. When she herself was 18 weeks pregnant, Dr. Harris performed a D&E abortion on an 18-week-old fetus. Harris felt her own child kick precisely at the moment that she ripped a fetal leg off with her forceps:

Instantly, tears were streaming from my eyes—without me—meaning my conscious brain—even being aware of what was going on. I felt as if my response had come entirely from my body, bypassing my usual cognitive processing completely. A message seemed to travel from my hand and my uterus to my tear ducts. It was an overwhelming feeling—a brutally visceral response—heartfelt and unmediated by my training or my feminist pro-choice politics. It was one of the more raw moments in my life.

Harris concluded her piece by lamenting that the pro-choice movement has left providers to suffer in silence because it has “not owned up to the reality of the fetus, or the reality of fetal parts.” Indeed, it often insists that images used by the pro-life movement are faked.

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Pro-Life Persons: What would you do?

Q: Pro-Life Persons: What would you do?

If you had a pregnant teenage daughter who wanted an abortion and if you knew having a baby would ruin her future(like graduating high school and going to college). would you even care about her future or just the zygote?

A: The correct term is “fetus” … which means “little child”.

You arrange for her to have the child and then give it up for adoption, if necessary.

Nine months out of a child’s life isn’t likely to ruin everything, while an abortion will most certainly ruin at least two lives … and probably three.

Link to Priests for Life Website