Uncommon Sense

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Pro-abortion author admits abortion isn’t about health or rights, it’s about narcissistic convenience

original article: Children’s Book about Abortion: My ‘Sister Is a Happy Ghost!’
March 25, 2015 by Katie Yoder

abortion, children, culture, family, feminism, ideology, indoctrination, liberalism, philosophy, propaganda, tragedy

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Filed under: abortion, children, culture, family, feminism, ideology, indoctrination, liberalism, philosophy, propaganda, tragedy

4 Responses

  1. Kelsey says:

    Thank you for bringing this to my attention! I have yet to hear about this book. I am extremely excited to learn more. Is it weird that I don’t know exactly how I feel about it, and I am extremely pro-choice? It’s super-heavy for kids, and I wonder how adults will explain it, but I understand its need to be written. Hmm…I am going to re-blog this. Cheers!

  2. Kelsey says:

    Reblogged this on muckmire and commented:
    This article is written by Katie Yoder on newsbusters.org, I found it on the blog “Uncommon Sense” and reposted it here. It’s about a children’s book narrated by three-year-old protagonist Lee whose mother had an abortion prior to having him/her – the “ghost sister”. Heavy, right?? I am so confused on how I feel about it! At first, I was like WHAT THE FUCK is wrong with people? How could a story be written about that for KIDS? But as I thought about it more – in my very pro-choice mind – I felt it and understood it in my very pro-choice heart. Thoughts??

  3. uncommonsense says:

    Video: listen to the baby Planned Parenthood couldn’t silence https://www.lifesitenews.com/media/video-listen-to-the-baby-planned-parenthood-couldnt-silence

  4. […] supporters have produced a book of a 3-year-old defending the abortion of his sister. It’s a work of fiction designed to remove the stigma of […]

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