This baby girl reached her fourth month of life when her pregnant mother tragically died. Although she lived for a short time, she is having an impact on our world by illuminating the reality of life in the womb.

In Defense of the Defenseless

Horrifically, babies just like her are dismembered by Planned Parenthood every day in the United States of America under the guise of ‘choice‘. If a mother should have the choice to kill her child in the womb, why not after birth? Has the value of her child’s life somehow changed?

Did the value of your life change?

Posted by cultureshift

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


  1. Too many children have been sacrificed on the altar of “choice”. Women need to reject abortion.


  2. I think women should have the right to rule her body. And be allowed to abort if her life or the life of the future baby is at risk.


    1. If shew wants control over her body- why is she havig sex without contraceptives of some sort??Kind of hypocritical and self serving.


    2. This comment captures well the confusedness of pro-abortion stance. “Allowed to abort if…the life of the future baby is at risk”? Newsflash: pregnancy cannot be aborted in any other way than ending the very life of a developing child. Aborting a pregnancy means killing the child so he/she cannot develop into a full-term one and be born by him/herself.


  3. Your body is not your child’s body. Skip forward 18 years and 9 months and your son or daughter says I’m getting a tattoo. It may feel like your body but you most likely don’t get to choose if that tatto happens or what it will be. Your baby or grown child is not your body.


  4. You loose the right to only think of yourself after you become pregnant. It’s stops being all about you, your convenience and “it’s MY body and I have a right to do with it what I please.” You have another human being living inside of you regardless of how many weeks pregnant you are, what about their body and their right to live?


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