Lesbian ‘Moms’ Pose with Baby in Matching ‘Thank God for Abortion’ Shirt and Onesie
“Speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their conscience seared with a hot iron” – 1 Timothy 4:2
Anti-Abortion activist Laura Klassen posted the photo to her Facebook page yesterday. Klassen is the founder of ChoiceForTwo or Choice42.
The photograph shows two ‘moms’ (we assume there was a man involved somewhere in the process because that’s how reproduction works) smiling and cajoling their baby with t-shirts that read, “Thank God for Abortion.” The baby is wearing a onesie to match.
The pro-abortion t-shirts and onesies are available to purchase from the website ThankGodforAbortion.com.
The photo was taken from the Thank God for Abortion Instagram account, which was posted originally two weeks ago.
A comment on the thread by the Thank God for Abortion organization called babies “our tiny human friends.” It also included hashtags #queerbabiesbestbabies, #abortionrightsarequeerrights and #makeabortiongayagain.
If someone can explain why queer people are inexplicably getting pregnant only to abort their babies, emails us at email@example.com.
In the meantime, surely their conscience must be seared with a branding iron. This baby was literally smiling in the womb, back when they would have happily killed their “tiny human friend.”
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