When did you decide to become prolife? What inspired you?
I was born pro-life. I never remember the topic of abortion coming up during my childhood. And I am sure I am correct since my mother revealed to me only a few weeks ago that she aborted my little sister two years after I was born.
I am an atheist and I have always approached life from a scientific and logical perspective. It is crystal clear that life begins at the moment of fertilization. It is also clear that removing a living human being from his or her mother’s womb during gestation is an act of killing.
The application of science and logic prevents me from being anything but pro-life.
I am distraught by the fact that it took me this long to become an activist. If you are asking what woke me up, it was the sight of Texas Senator Wendy Davis filibustering for the right to continue to kill our prenatal children, all the way up to birth for any reason, regardless of the pain they may feel or the lack of oversight of the abortion facilities they were to be killed in. She was my awakening. And now that I am awake, I will never rest. Never.