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An Open Letter to Post-Abortive Women

you've been served Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 10:20 AM
interestingly enough, I have seen the facial expressions of many young men and women as they purchase their "plan B" product. In 9 of 10 cases, they have a look of impending tragedy on their faces. Their conscience speaks truth to their minds whether they openly acknowledge it or not. All the amorality lessons from their liberal icons fail in the moment when the "choice" is upon them. Scariest of all though are the rare ones with seemingly no conscience at all who argue with their mate about who should pay "this time" with no qualms whatsoever about the choice nor any thought to how easily the whole issue could have been avoided with a $1 condom. all this is aside from the issue of whether plan b is or is not an abortifacient.
lshort Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 11:15 AM
Well, to be fair, I have purchased "Plan B" and I probably did have a look of impending tragedy on my face, but it was more because I was afraid (a) it wouldn't work and (b) it would have nasty side effects even if it did work. It is a stretch to call "Plan B" an abortifacient, and it is a stretch to assume that most purchasers of it are engaging in a moral dilemma over taking it--chemically speaking it is not really different than taking a birth control pill, and it seems unlikely that every morning most women take one, they are wearing a look of moral distress on their faces.
RockerbabefromGeorgia Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 11:40 AM
Plan B is the backup a lot of women use; there is no moral dilemma here.

I write these words chiefly to women and girls who have had an abortion. Still, it is my humble hope and honest prayer that anyone weighing this life-versus-death choice might also read them with an open mind and a hearing heart.

I share these truths in love. Some of you already know them. Others deny them.

Yet truths they remain.

It is through obedience to Christ and in the authority of His Spirit that I write you this letter. It may be difficult to read, but I pray you will read it.

First, let us dispense with the oft-asserted notion that,...