Woman Who Filmed Own Abortion Starts Website to “Remove Shame and Stigma” of Abortion

She thinks that if more women record their abortion procedures and post those videos to her website, it will help to “remove the shame and stigma” of abortion. Maybe that’s what Bryce Williams was thinking when he committed his double murder in front of a live camera. Perhaps he was trying to get other murderers to do the same thing in an effort to remove the “shame and stigma” of murder.

That’s typically how the left deals with anything. Look at same-sex marriage and homosexuality. Gay pride parades and prominent homosexual characters on TV shows and movies essentially shove the issue down everyone’s throats. What TV and movie producers have been trying to do for years is “remove the shame and stigma” of lifestyles that were once considered perverted. They put it in the forefront and eventually, people get used to it.

If it’s worked with same-sex marriage, homosexuality and other issues, it’ll probably work with abortion. CNS News reported:

Emily Letts, the young woman who filmed her own abortion and posted it on the Internet, has started her own website, where she is encouraging other women to share their own experiences with abortion.

“In sharing our stories we can remove the shame and stigma on a woman’s right to choose,” says Letts in an introductory video posted on the new site, notalone.us.

Letts says she wants to “create a world” where women can “choose” to kill their unborn babies “without the fear of being shamed or judged.”

The website was unveiled Tuesday afternoon and features several videos of women describing their abortions as well as other videos that strive to show the choice to have an abortion in a positive light.

Some of the women also criticize those who have objected to their decisions to terminate their pregnancies. 

In addition to the testimonials, Letts claims that every time a video is uploaded to the site, a donation will be made to the group “Provide” a service which refers women to abortion providers.

Can you imagine a world where Christians aren’t “shamed and judged” simply for having a politically incorrect opinion? Yeah, I can’t either. We’d get in trouble if we put our opinions out there like they do and shove them down everyone’s throats. We’d get called intolerant bigots. When they do it, it’s perfectly acceptable.