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anonymous:

That post about the aborted sibling truly saddened me in a way that other pro-life photos hadn’t. I mean the gory photos are horrendous but that post hit home in such a personal way. I’m truly so sorry for your loss and I hope you won’t be offended since I know you’re not religious but wanted you to know that I will be praying for you in a special way when I go to mass tomorrow. Thank you for your tireless efforts in the fight to change hearts of stone and end this holocaust.

cultureshift:

Although I am not religious, I am grateful for your prayers. It shows your compassion not only for me, but for my little sister and the countless others lost to the cruelty of abortion. When I was a child, my mother told me that if she would have had a girl, she would have named her Starr. As it turns out, she did have a little girl, a little girl that she abandoned to abortion. She has regretted killing her since the day her abortionist ripped her to pieces after 3 ½ months of life. To this day, she cannot talk about her without crying. I chose my icon to reflect what my sister looked like on the day she died. The child pictured was 15 weeks old when they, too, were brutally slaughtered.

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Everything I do to end the tragedy of human abortion and every life I save is dedicated to Starr so that she will not have died in vain.

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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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