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As the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban, women demonstrating outside took abortion pills right there to show that they don’t ever intend to give them up.

 

 

Four human beings are being killed in broad daylight on video while these women laugh and dance like hyenas. I don’t see abusive boyfriends coercing these women. I don’t see these women in Oliver Twist-esque poverty. I see grown, educated, middle class women killing people in broad daylight and laughing while they do it.
Odds are half of the four children killed in this video are little girls. I will give them names and say their names, Amber and Vanessa, because their killers will be called “victims” and be allowed to get off scot free with the blessing of the pro-life movement. Amber and Vanessa and the other two children killed in this video are the ONLY victims.
If you care about the feelings of some women more than the bloody bodies of other [tinier] women, that’s not “loving them both”… that’s real misogyny.
And I don’t care if I’m the only person who thinks it. Am I suppose to believe the pro-life movement or my lying eyes?
I’d rather have an uncomfortable truth than a comfortable falsehood.
— Nick Reynosa
Medical pill abortions are fast taking over the abortion market in the US and most pill abortions are completed within the first trimester, well before the 15-week deadline being considered by the Supreme Court.

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What is the Second-Victim Narrative?

The Pro-Life Second Victim narrative portrays the woman who seeks an abortion as the second victim of abortion along with her baby. It claims that women are ignorant of what they are doing or that they are nearly all forced, coerced, or pressured into the decision, and therefore, they are not truly guilty parties in the act of killing their children.

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#NotAVictim is debunking this narrative BECAUSE

  • It is false (stick with us, join our email list below and let us show you)
  • It is a major obstacle to establishing laws of equal protection for preborn babies
  • It is a barrier to the GOSPEL message which must call sin, sin. The Gospel calls on all women and men to repent and turn away from their sin and be cleansed from their guilt by trusting in Jesus Christ alone for their salvation. Jesus said, "I tell you; but unless you repent, you will all likewise perish."—Luke 13:3

Not a Victim FAQs

    • Isn’t posting this type of information publicly an invasion of privacy?
    • I don’t understand the “victim” debate. What is this all about?
    • Aren’t most aborting women softer than this?