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Spreading the truth about human abortion, to include displaying the images of the human rubble it leaves in its wake, attracts hate like a magnet. But even this pales in comparison to the hate generated when I directly confront a post-abortive mother who has decided to share the excruciating details of how she killed her unborn son or daughter. For some reason, it’s acceptable for them to describe the sound their child’s body parts made while being sucked through a vacuum tube or to describe the cramps and blood that accompanied their child’s expulsion from their womb following a dose of RU-486, but completely wrong for me to describe to them what their child looked like following their ‘procedure’ or describing what their child could have become if not poisoned or slaughtered. Somehow, this makes me a ‘terrorist, a racist, a rapist, a pedophile, and an anti-semite”, to borrow just some of the language hurled at me by the pro-abortion advocates here on Tumblr. They are desperate to demonize the messenger in an effort to detract from the message. 

If you know, as I do, that human life begins at fertilization, then you cannot accept the killing of these human beings. There cannot be any exceptions for killing innocent children. Not rape, not incest, not mental or physical disability, not their level of dependency, not their economic condition, not the age of their mother, and certainly not their level of ‘wantedness’. If you wouldn’t accept the killing of a toddler for these reasons, you shouldn’t accept the killing of an unborn child for these reasons.

You are right, wishing death on someone is wrong. But what is far worse is bringing death on someone. And that is why I am willing to take the hate.

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I\'m like 98% sure that the person who\'s saying that you need to die is just angry that your blog shows the truth about abortion, and they don\'t like it. Anyways, to actually wish death on a person is disgusting and they should be ashamed of themselves.

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

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