In Defense of the Defenseless

“Hi, I’m Jax. Doctors tried to bully my parents into aborting me three times. They said my intestines were out of my body – my momma and daddy wouldn’t let them. They said my legs and feet were deformed and not worth the mother’s risk – my momma and daddy wouldn’t let them. Then they said i had Trisomy 18 and wouldn’t live outside of the womb – and my mommy and daddy wouldn’t let them. Daddy said he didn’t believe them- he said their evidence was pathetic -daddy said I was fine. My mommy agreed. And went against the will and advice of the top doctors of their field “high risk pregnancy”. I was born a month early – i’m in the 95+% for everything – my hands and feet are perfect – my tummy is just like it is supposed to be – i don’t have an extra 18th chromosome- I’m almost 7months old now because i was born a month early and – I’m fine. My name is Olivia-Jax not fetus not human tissue. I’m a little girl that my mommy and daddy didn’t give up on – and I’m fine”

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Posted by cultureshift

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

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  1. My cousin was diagnosed with a high probability of Down syndrome and her parents were advised to abort, but my aunt and her husband wouldn’t do it. Their perfectly healthy first daughter turned 20 this year, studying to become a nurse.


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