Julia Holcomb – Steven Tyler’s former fiancée is Silent No More

In the band Aerosmith’s autobiography “Walk This Way”, lead singer Steven Tyler talks about his former fiancée and mentions his experience with abortion. Here is her side of that story. For more on this and other stories like this, please visit http://www.SilentNoMoreAwareness.org


Silent No More Awareness is a Campaign whereby Christians make the public aware of the devastation abortion brings to women and men. The campaign seeks to expose and heal the secrecy and silence surrounding the emotional and physical pain of abortion.

The Campaign began November 11th, 2002.  As of January 2018, the Silent No More Awareness Campaign has held 1,910 Gatherings in 17 countries & all 50 states with 6,372 women and men sharing their abortion testimonies. Testimonies have also been shared at 142 high schools and universities in the last 8 years, 6 in 2017.
There are 2,631 testimonies posted on the Campaign website with 479 that are shared via video!  Currently there are 18,240 people registered with the Campaign representing 77 countries.

People who are not ready to join the Campaign, are invited to ‘register their regret’. So far, 5,757 women and 650 men have said they regret their abortion or lost fatherhood.  680 women and men have posted memorials to their children.

248 Women are listed who’s death are documented as being caused by abortion. www.SilentNoMore.com/DeathsFromAbortion.

To learn more about healing programs in your area, please visit www.abortionforgiveness.com.  To learn more about sharing your story, please visit www.abortiontestimony.com.

In 2011, we surveyed Campaign members; 328 surveys were returned – 310 women/18 men representing 450 abortions. More than ½ didn’t begin looking for healing until after 20 years. The longest was 36 years and the shortest was 1 month. The majority shared their testimony and gave us permission to share it.

Many people responding to the survey made comments of how the campaign has positively impacted their lives.

The Campaign is a project of Priests for Life and Anglicans for Life.