Woman Gets Roasted for Telling People Her Pro-Life Sister Has Had an Abortion
The issue around abortion had always been a controversial one and caused the actions of a young woman towards her sister’s pro-life posts to go viral.
After she saw her 23-year-old sister’s actions as hypocritical, the woman, who chose to remain unnamed, decided to point it out in a public way.
In a post on Reddit, the woman told how she had gone with her sister to an abortion clinic in 2018. They never spoke of that day since, as her sister did so in secrecy and as far as she knew, her sister never told anyone else.
But while her sister had “easy access” to an abortion clinic, she now wants to take that choice away from others.
Her sister is a pro-life advocate and frequently posts related subject matter on her Facebook page. The woman got “sick of seeing her abortion kills the baby’s posts” and decided to comment.
“You were definitely pro-life when I held your hand last year at the abortion clinic,” the woman wrote in reply to one of her sister’s posts.
Her sister then blocked her on social media and banned her from most of her pro-life groups on Facebook. While the sister wanted advice about the way she handled the situation, it instead became a discussion between those who are pro-choice and the pro-lifers.
“I understand the sentiment, but I think medical service should never be denied to any human being, and abortions are a medical issue. The sooner healthcare is seen as a human right, the better for humans in general,” one user commented.
In May 2019, Leslie Dean, a regional coordinator for the Silent No More's Awareness Campaign, shared why she had turned from pro-choice to pro-life. Much like the woman’s sister, Leslie had an abortion during earlier years while she supported pro-choice. Actually, she had two.
She recalled one night after she graduated from nursing school, the night that made her a pro-lifer. Before she received her license, Leslie worked at a hospital in Maryland that did second-trimester abortions. A fact she didn’t know until that particular evening.
Leslie got called to assist a doctor with procedures, the nature of which she only became aware of when she got there. Three women had already gotten prepped for their abortions, and when the first woman began to push, Leslie described what happened next.
“She began to push and eventually delivered a small baby boy a little larger than the size of my hand. The doctor estimated him to be between 19-20 weeks. His body had been badly burned, and the expression on his face was unmistakably one of intense pain. He was still alive,” she recalled.
The doctor explained that next, they had to check the pupils. If they were not “fixed,” they needed to resuscitate. The mother became hysterical as soon as she saw the baby and screamed, “Oh, God, what have I done!?”
After the doctor declared that the pupils are “fixed,” he dropped the baby in a bucket. “I saw it was moving and gasping for breath, and then died,” Leslie added.
“Fetal heartbeat” laws, which bans abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected, got passed in Kentucky, Georgia, Ohio, and Mississippi.
The states of Alabama, Louisiana, and South Carolina have similar bills in the works. Once passed, Georgia will be the only state to allow making an exception in case incest and rape. The legislation effectively makes abortion illegal after six weeks of pregnancy.
A similar discussion also went viral when a future bride sparked a debate over her “child hating” problem.
While she had chosen to live a “child-free” life, it turned the attention to the more significant issue of why more and more women are choosing to do so.
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