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Herald Sun writer mocks women who “choose to get upset” over their abortions

by | May 19, 2023

By Sarah Terzo

Herald Sun (Australia) writer Evelyn Tsitas mocked women who grieve or suffer from guilt and regret after their abortions:

Abortion can be an emotional subject – particularly for people who choose to get upset about it. There is a movement taking hold called: “I’ll always regret what I did and want to burn in hell for it.”

“The power of the uterus,” the Herald Sun, March 18, 1998, p.19.

Despite pro-choice mockery of women who experience abortions and later come to regret them, many women have stepped forward to give their testimonies of how abortion hurt them. There are a few of these testimonies here. Organizations like Silent No More have compiled thousands of them.

Editor’s note. This appeared at Clinic Quotes and is reposted with permission. Sarah Terzo is offering a short, free pro-life eBook that exposes the pro-choice movement. Click here to get.

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