Pro-life millennials speak out



Tired of the rhetoric around abortion? The loudest voices don’t always tell the whole story. We talked to 7 millennial women—socialist, libertarian, Republican, independent—all of them pro-life, about their hopes for the pro-life movement.

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47 thoughts on “Pro-life millennials speak out”

  1. To many people use abortion as a contraceptive these days. But it’s not and if you don’t want to be pregnant there are other ways to stop it.

  2. I've never met a pro-choicer who supported killing babies. Usually, they cite outdated medical science but they are not barbarians.

  3. We not only want everyone to survive the time in the womb, but to live long fulfilling and exiting lives, which includes making the next generation, while on the way to becoming "seasoned citizens" themselves. Take this from an old white man.

  4. You should do more Generation Z videos those born in 1997 or after because Millennials are no longer kids they look like old some are still young though

  5. When a teenager says that they are pro-life people tell them that, "you are young and don't know any better", but when a teen is openly pro-choice people tell them, "Yes! I'm so proud!".

  6. Just because the baby is a burden doesn't take away its right to life! It's great seeing these people spreading the right message!!

  7. Woman’s rights? I defend against abortion that kills millions of female human beings. Ever consider the girls that are aborted?

  8. So I have very mixed feelings about abortion. I think it's okay to get an abortion if it was rape, the child is going to suffer, or if you don't use it as an excuse for unprotected sex, and it's okay until the baby is able to think.

    Anyone have a reason why I'm wrong to think this?

  9. I am a 13 year old female, and I know abortion is murder. Most people who are pro-abortion base things on feelings. They have lost once they mention feelings rather than science.

  10. Interesting video and glad to see so many pro-life millennials. I find it interesting that radical feminist pro-abortion women fail to realize that they, females, are the NUMBER ONE gender that is aborted in both India and China! Gender selection abortion is now gaining popularity in the United States. Imagine telling one of these pro-choice radical feminist that they would not be around to fight for their right to kill their pre-born child if they lived in India or China. Also a country in Europe, I think Scandinavia, has absolutely no Down Syndrome people because they have aborted them all! Talk to anyone who has had a Down's baby and they will tell you that these children are some of the most loving, tender-hearted, sweet, and smart children around. Hitler's utopian dream is the ideal of most radical feminist women. Very scary!

  11. I want you to answer this question, this is not my question it was made by Patrick S. Tomlinson. It puts a pro-life's argument into context:

    There is a simple scenario with two outcomes. No one who supports pro-life ever wants to pick one, because the correct answer destroys their argument.

    Here it is. You're in a fertility clinic. Why isn't important. The fire alarm goes off. You run for the exit. As you run down this hallway, you hear a child screaming from behind a door and find a five-year-old child crying for help. They're in one corner of the room, in the other corner you spot a frozen container labelled "1000 Viable Human Embryos." The smoke is rising. You start to choke. You know you can grab one or the other, but not both before you succumb to smoke inhalation and die, saving no one.

    Do you A) Save the child, or B) save the thousand embryos? There is no "C." "C" means you all die.

  12. Simple. I hate children, I think their annoying but I’m not rude to them or want to kill them because one day they could be the person who saves us all.

  13. Be pro life all you want, but if you really are pro life it doesnt take much research to realise that making abortions illegal doesn't mean less abortions it means more unsafe abortions where more women die. If you want to reduce the amount of abortions you should be advocating more sex ed in schools and easier access to birth control.
    https://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-care/abortion-rates-go-down-when-countries-make-it-legal-report-n858476
    https://www.iflscience.com/health-and-medicine/legalizing-abortions-does-not-increase-abortion-rates-it-just-makes-them-safer/
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/may/11/criminalising-abortion-does-not-cut-number-of-terminations-says-study

  14. Women tell us that women are far more peaceful than war mongering men, that we men love death and violence while they abhor it but then a large portion say that it is fine to kill the unborn. Now, I support the death penalty for certain heinous crimes such as murder and rape so tally that up and I support the death of a few dozen bad people in the US a year; would be more if the death penalty were carried out in a more timely manner. I also support using military force as a last resort and was actually in the military so add several thousand deaths of terrorists, Taliban, and the like. I would say that over the course of my life I have supported the deaths of more than 100 thousand people but it was generally in the case of them or the people they were willing to kill if not stopped – and even then, them surrendering was the preferred option. But then take these peaceful feminist women who support abortion… this means that they give full approval to the deaths of more than 58 million people in the United States for the crime of being inconvenient. And what if they had not been killed? Well, maybe some missed proms, maybe time spent raising a child. Or maybe there would have been fewer pregnancies if people had to face real consequences. Maybe some of these babies would have grown up to be murderers and rapists while others would have grown up to be doctors, police, or teachers.
    So again, war mongering me reluctantly supports the death of 100's of thousands those who have harmed peaceful civilians and those who would oppress others and who raised weapons against others and still had a chance to lay down their arms and surrender. Peace loving feminists eagerly, proudly, and triumphantly support killing 10's of millions who offered no harm to anyone… So who are the peaceful, life loving ones and who loves death?

  15. According to the CDC 700 women die from pregnancy or birth related deaths a year. Lets add that to the thousand of other women who experience post partum, diastasis recti (abs ripping apart), diabetes, thyroid problems, uterus problems, surgery, surgical complications and a host of other complications its literally torturing someone to force them to go through all of that. Risk your life, ruin your body, live with depression and other complications forever because you had sex. Natural healthy sex. Or maybe it wasnt even your fault maybe you get raped. Birth control is equally as dangerous causing a host of complications. If you consider a fertalized egg a human being you are straight dumb. In that case almost all women are murderers because it happens all the time that they have fertalized eggs that dont stick to the uterus and fall out. There is no potential for life if the women does not feed, grow or want it. Period. In the case of double homicide it was because the women was choosing to have the baby. That is what allowed for the potential for life. I promise the defense could easily trade that for a single homicide had she had an upcoming abortion appointment. If you feel FORCING women to give birth to unwanted children is right that is wrong and so says the law

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