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Is abortion the right option for me?

Abortion is common, so you know it's okay. And people have abortions for many different reasons. Any reason is good enough, and you don't even need one. Only you know what’s best for you, but good information and support will help convince you that abortion is the best option. 

Why do people decide to have an abortion?


If you’re thinking about having an abortion, it's safe to assume that you should go ahead and have one. Almost a million American women have an abortion each year. Most of them were on birth control—which kind of makes it better—but it doesn’t really matter. You can dispose of your baby for any reason you want, but here are some especially good ones:


  • You want to be the best parent possible.

  • You don’t want to be the best parent possible (or any type of parent).

  • You want to focus on loving yourself—which is much easier once your baby is gone.

  • You’re too busy to raise this baby; you’ll catch the next one.

  • Disposing of your baby is faster and cheaper than raising your baby.

  • Adoption is way too cruel.

  • You can’t stand the guy you’re having sex with.

  • You have no idea who the father is.

  • Pregnancy is uncomfortable.

  • You don’t want to get fat (not that there’s anything wrong with being fat).

  • Your baby might have a hard life.

  • Your baby might be deformed or have a disease or something.

  • ​Your baby might be gay (not that there’s anything wrong with being gay).


Deciding to have an abortion doesn’t mean you don’t want or love children. In fact, 6 out of 10 people who get abortions do want and love children. They just don't want or love that one particular child. And many mothers only kill their first child so they can make life better for their second child. Or possibly their third or fourth. Sometimes mothers want things to be so good for their children that they need to kill the first several. But it’s all for the greater good. Killing human embryos is legal, so you know there's nothing wrong with it.


Decisions about your pregnancy are personal. That’s why it’s important to get factual, non-judgmental information about abortion. Thankfully, abortion clinics only tell you things that are factual and non-judgmental. If anyone questions the wisdom of having an abortion, you can be sure that they’re judgmental and non-factual. They’re basically just hateful people. Whatever you decide to do, it’s important to see an abortionist right away so you can get the abortion you need.

What can I think about to help me decide?


Sometimes people in your family, or people you work with or go to school with will tell you that abortion is wrong. These people don't know anything. You're the only person walking in your shoes and the only person who can decide what is right or wrong. But we can tell you this for certain. There's nothing wrong with abortion—because it's legal and common. And most of the babies are tiny when they're killed. They probably don't feel it, nor are they even aware that their whole life was taken away from them.

Here are some questions to ask if you're considering not having an abortion:

  • Do I like changing poopy diapers all day?

  • Do I have tons of money to waste on a kid?

  • Will having a baby make my life easier?

  • Will having a baby make my life more fun?

  • Am I mean and selfish enough to place a child for adoption?

  • Will keeping this child make it harder for me to go out partying every night?

  • Do I really want my boyfriend to leave me, which he promised to do if I don't get rid of this baby?

  • Do I really want to raise a child with the a--hole I'm sleeping with?

Who can I talk with about getting an abortion?


Lots of people lean on others to help them with their decision. This is good so long as those people love and support abortion.

Your local Planned Parenthood is part of the largest abortion business in the country. Their vast network of killing centers disposes of almost 400,000 babies each year. Their caring abortion advocates can answer any questions you may have. They'll give you expert care, accurate information, and will work relentlessly to coerce you into an abortion. 


Any abortion clinic can provide you with the information you need to make a good decision, but beware of anti-abortion “crisis pregnancy centers.” These are places that may seem like normal medical clinics and claim to offer information about pregnancy options and abortion, but they’re super judgy and don’t think it’s right to kill babies. The only reason pregnant women even go to them is because they offer free stuff. They'll spend tons of money—most of which is donated by Christian bigots—to try and keep you from killing your baby. It’s fine, of course, if they don’t want to kill their own babies, but they have no right to prevent other people from doing so. This is a free country, after all—except when it comes to COVID, because of science


Crisis pregnancy centers are often located very close to Planned Parenthood health centers or other abortion mills, and have similar names — they do this to confuse people and trick them into not killing their baby because they know people who have abortions can be easily coerced. This is pure evil. No one should pressure you into not having an abortion, no matter what. That's why it’s so important to talk to people who have a financial interest in promoting abortion and won’t judge you for hiring someone to kill your embryo—which is basically a parasite, except for being of the same species. But who cares if they're technically human beings? They're tiny and weird looking.

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