I might've have considered it.

  Dena Leichnitz
California,  United States
  While I have never had an abortion. I have been told by my son's father that he would pay for an abortion but he wouldn't pay for child support. I told him what he could do with his money! So I understand how women can be coerced into abortion. It was my wonderful, good fortune that I didn't love the man otherwise I might've have considered it. However, my pregnancy did awaken something in me. I had always been pro-life. No matter what my circumstance  was, no matter how my views fluctuated on other things, my pro-life beliefs never faltered-even so my son made them unbelievably strong. It was then I started doing research and what I learned was appalling. I learned that women were being forced into abortions, I learned about the psychological and physical damage, I learned about the deaths, I learned about the child in the womb. The more I learned the more angry I got, I had to do something. So I decided to write a book (still writing it) and I came across Alveda King's testimony. I contacted Silent No More to ask if I could use it, I got a yes and a request to be a Regional Coordinator and as they say the rest is history.
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