weekend question.jpgThe current issue of Precious Times, a black Christian women’s magazine, features a cover story about The View’s Sherri Shepherd, with this quote:

Before I converted to Christianity, I was a Jehovah’s Witness.
In 1993, my mother was dying from diabetic complications. My sister was heavy into drugs, and we would have to go and get her from crack houses. I was in a very physically abusive relationship. I was sleeping with a lot of guys and had more abortions than I would like to count. I had very low self-esteem and just wanted to die. I felt if someone killed me, it wouldn’t even make a difference.
But God showed me that it would make a difference….


Sherri discussed her abortion revelation on The View on July 23. To see the segment go here and scroll videos to “Hot Topics, 7/22, Sherri in.”
joy and sherri.jpgAfterward, fellow host Joy Behar, a liberal pro-abort, responded, “Very few people actually tell the abortions that they have. That’s interesting, though, that people don’t say, you know, even to their best friends.”
When someone asked, “Why?” Behar responded, “Because society puts a lot of shame on it.”
Is it true that society is to blame for abortion shame? According to liberals and the mainstream media, American society is predominantly pro-abortion.
[HT: proofreader Angela]