Millions of Women Regret Their Abortions, We Should Pay Attention to Their Stories

Micaiah Bilger

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Publication Date: January 22, 2016

When the U.S. Supreme Court justices handed down the infamous abortion decision Roe v. Wade 43 years ago, few realized the impact it would have on millions of lives.

The devastating effects of Roe are far-reaching. More than 58 million babies have died as a result of legalized abortion, and countless women and men are living with the pain and regret of their decision.

When pro-lifers gather for the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., each year, they recognize that the victims of abortion include more than just the unborn. Every year, women and men with the Silent No More Awareness Campaign stand on the U.S. Supreme Court steps and talk about how abortions hurt their lives and killed their unborn babies.

Theirs are the stories that abortion advocates try desperately to silence with their own campaigns touting how aborting their unborn babies helped them. Pro-abortion efforts such as the 1 in 3 Campaign and #shoutmyabortion have gained attention from Hollywoodand the mainstream media recently. But these campaigns only tell one side of the story, one that fits the abortion industry’s agenda.

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