No such thing as an unwanted child? 115,000 orphans/foster children in the US would probably disagree with you. That is only the number of kids eligible for adoption – there are actually 400,540 children without permanent families. Pro-lifers LOVE to promote adoption, but fail to acknowledge people only want to adopt fresh newborns who they can mold as a person, not damaged 15 year old kids that will eventually age out of the system with no support. No unwanted children? THINK before you speak.


I spend a lot of time thinking about the killing of prenatal children. I know that there is no such thing as an unwanted child, they are just temporarily lost but will be found.

By found, I do not only mean that they may be adopted, but that they will have the opportunity to LIVE and may be found by someone who loves them, and that someone may be a future wife, husband, or partner. Eventually, almost all human beings will be found by someone who will love them.

By killing these people prior to their birth, you remove this possibility. Is this the right thing to do? ‘Unwanted’ children become wanted human beings over the course of their life. Why are these people so worthless to you?

Posted by cultureshift

A plea to win the hearts of those who choose to dehumanize our development and undermine our right to live.

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