I’m Pro-Life. Here’s My Reason

I wanted to start off by saying I do not want to end your right to have an abortion. Your body. Your choice. I understand the reasons for not keeping a pregnancy. I am not arguing with those reasons. I am not arguing with your rights. I am not looking for a debate. If you disagree with me, please keep it to yourself. If you support me, I’d love to hear from you.

I have a point of view that I have never heard anyone else say or write. I believe my point of view is valid and I would like to add it into the conversation.

The following is my personal opinion and belief.


I am a strong defender and fighter for women’s rights. The most hotly contested and argued topic on the tree of women’s rights is the branch of abortion. That branch is covered with twigs that makes it a tangled mess that people get caught in, scratched, and poked. The twigs go by the names of Human rights, Religion, Government, Politics, Rape, Health, Feminism, The Definition of Human, and probably hundreds of others. Nobody is able to climb onto this branch and not get a little hurt. For this reason, very few people want to discuss it for they risk much bloodshed and pain. There is a reason I have heard abortion referred to as “The A-Bomb”. Drop it into a conversation and the landscape quakes. I realize by writing this I am putting myself into the blast zone.

Because of this, I don’t want to jump into the area and discuss all of those topics that are impossible to win. I just want to deal with one.

Children are a blessing that some of us will never know.

I can not make a baby. My reproductive system never really developed. I have all the necessary bits, but they are nothing more than empty shells. I’ve never had a period and I had to take hormones when I was younger just to grow into a woman. There is absolutely no chance of having a baby for me.

There is a slight problem. I want to have a baby! I love children! I’m a teacher and a librarian. I have always surrounded myself with children. This isn’t a choice, this is a deep primal desire to be a mother. But, I can’t and it tears my heart to shreds.

Now, there are millions of other women that have an insane ability to have children. One sexual encounter and *pop* there’s a baby. A few months later *pop* another baby. *pop* *pop* *pop* They have a family worthy of a Reality TV show. How are there women out there that have no trouble at all and some of us that have no hope at all? Doesn’t seem very fair does it? I know we don’t live in a fair world and not everyone gets blessed equally, but it doesn’t make it any easier for those who are childless not by choice.

When I hear about someone getting an abortion, it kills me inside. She has the ability that I would give anything to have and she throws it away. Like a master painter creating the most beautiful awe inspiring work of art and lighting it on fire. I want to yell out. “Wait! I’ll take that painting! Don’t destroy it!” But, he sets it ablaze anyway. I’m yelling out “Wait! I’ll take your baby! I’ll give it a name and a home and all the love I can give!” But, it’s too late.

I know it’s not what women who terminate a pregnancy are doing, but I feel like I am being teased. Like an older sister saying “Oh, you want to play with my doll? Well you can’t have it!” Then she throws it out the window. I’d go out and get my own doll, but I just don’t have the ability.

Equally heartbreaking is the mother who gives birth to a beautiful child then locks in a room or leaves it with an unsuitable friend so they can go buy drugs or anything else. You have heard plenty of stories like this. Check out any news website and you will see a few examples like this or worse. Again, If she doesn’t want to take care of her child, I will! Some other childless couple will.

Children are a blessing. Not everyone feels that way, I know. They are loud, messy, annoying, expensive, and rude. They get in the way. A girl gets pregnant in high school, and yes, her life is going to take a different path from her friends. She might not be able to go out on the town, complete high school or college in the regular amount of time. She is going to get fat and sick. Covered in stretch marks and all sorts of other often undesirable characteristics. Believe me, I get it! It really really sucks and I completely understand why she would want to avoid all that. But, to me and millions of other women, the pain is worth the blessing in the long term.

My appeal is that you consider giving birth to your child and blessing someone who thought that kind of blessing would never happen to them. It’s your choice. I hope you understand, I am not telling anyone what to do. Your body, your choice. I just wanted to let you know that there is someone out there that is praying for you to bless them.

I pray for someone like that every day of my life.

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6 Responses to I’m Pro-Life. Here’s My Reason

  1. Ivan Akirov says:

    I totally get your point, my sister is one of those woman that could not carry one pregnancy to term, since we were kids I recall her wanting to have babies, planning for that future, but after years and fails, she was able to fulfill her and a child’s dream, she end up adopting -saving, one beautiful girl from a difficult life, from a family of potential abuse, and a uneducated future. You said it, there are women that produce babies like Spring produce mushrooms, and for sure a lot of them will have a better future if the right person take care. I understand pregnancy is a wonderful time that multiply by hundreds a woman’s beauty, but surely life will put on your way someone to receive all the mother love you are willing to give.

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  2. johnkutensky says:

    I’ll avoid getting into a debate, but I just want to say that currently, in the US, there are about 400,000 children in the foster care system, 100,000 of whom are available for adoption. Around the world, there are an estimated 153 million orphans who have lost one parent. There are 17,900,000 orphans who have lost both parents and are living in orphanages or on the streets and lack the care and attention required for healthy development. Anyone who wants to adopt a child doesn’t need a new one to be born. There are more than enough pre-existing children.

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    • And that is a great point. I can’t deny that. It still breaks my heart when someone destroys their creation. But, as for adoption, there needs to be some major reforms made in the system. It’s not as easy as people seem to think it is. There are major loopholes in the foster system. Wait periods that can take years. Financial burdens that cost more than giving birth yourself. And corruption world wide.

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  3. tonekinchloe says:

    I am so glad you had your link to you blog here on Twitter, already I see it is indeed one I will enjoy following, I love your honesty, openness and subject matter to which so far, I strongly support. peace tone

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  4. themanfromtheblacklodge says:

    What about such cases as the 10-year-old girl in Paraguay, pregnant after being raped by her stepfather, who has been denied an abortion by the authorities?
    http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/may/05/to-make-a-10-year-old-give-birth-isnt-just-horrifying-its-life-threatening

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  5. Like I said, there are hundreds of twigs on the abortion branch. I’m only talking about one and that is not the one I am talking about. But, on a personal note, I support her right to an abortion.

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