You can’t be Pro-Life if you’re a Democrat
You can’t be Pro-Life if you’re homosexual
You can’t be Pro-Life if you’re a man
You can’t be Pro-Life if you’re Post-Abortive
You can’t be Pro-Life if you own a gun
You can’t be Pro-Life if you have tattoos
You can’t be Pro-Life if you have piercings
You can’t be Pro-Life if you drink
You can’t be Pro-Life if you smoke
You can’t be Pro-Life if you curse
You can’t be Pro-Life if you’re Atheist
You can’t be Pro-Life unless your an “abolitionist”
You can’t be Pro-Life if you dress immodestly
You can’t be Pro-Life if you have premarital sex
You can’t be Pro-Life if you hunt
You can’t be Pro-Life if you eat meat
You can’t be Pro-Life unless you adopt
You can’t be Pro-Life unless you work to protect the environment
You can’t be Pro-Life unless….
These are not made up, but actual retorts I have heard and been told ever since I came into the Pro-Life movement. Every single one of these things divides us, not helps us. They weaken us, not give us strength. How further would we be in this movement if we could put aside so many of our differences and just work together on one common goal, the most important of all. Saving the lives of pre-born children, and their parents from the pain of abortion. We are selfish people if we put our own pride before saving lives and helping others. We do not all have to agree on everything, in fact we never will. But when it comes to saving a human child’s life, do you really feel that their life is worth putting on the chopping block simply because we’re too prideful to set aside these other things?

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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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