Entries Tagged ‘Genocide Awareness Project’

(Prolifer)ations 4-24-12

Thumbnail image for blog buzz.jpgby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

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  • Fletcher Armstrong responds to a recent article by Erin McCann opposing a Genocide Awareness Project display:

    Ms. McCann’s piece actually illustrates some of the very points we make with our GAP display….

Life Links 4-18-12

web grab.jpgby JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Vanessa Williams said this about her abortion in an interview with a Fox affiliate:

    Who knows how life would have been different? I think the bottom line is I definitely would have been where I am now even if I’d gone down another path. It doesn’t take away from the drive or the talent. You can make your life whatever you want with or without a child.

  • Apparently, Politico has no understanding of what an apology is. From Sarah Silverman, this clearly isn’t one:

    In her apology, Silverman tweeted:”It wasn’t funny for me to talk so casually about abortion. But when they take our right to choose away it will be HILARIOUS!” And: “The government should STAY OUT of our PRIVATE LIVES except when it comes to who we marry & what we do w our uteruses!!”

Life Links 4-17-12

web grab.jpgby JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Erin McCann, a student at the University of Maine, provides your typical assertion-filled, argument-free piece opposed to the Genocide Awareness Project.
  • Mississippi’s governor has signed the bill to tighten abortion regulations. Abortion advocates claim the legislation could put the state’s lone abortion clinic out of business since two of their three abortionists don’t have admitting privileges:

    The clinic’s owner, Diane Derzis, said in a telephone interview this month that all her doctors are obstetrician-gynecologists, but only one has admitting privileges at an area hospital. She vowed to fight to remain open.

Students avoid “violence” and “undue emotional trauma” of graphic abortion display

The campaign our group, The Student Response to the Genocide Awareness Project, promoted was one of taking a different path – both emotionally and physically – than one normally would when faced with such violence. We asked people to disengage, to ignore the provocations of the GAP staff, and to walk a different way across campus if at all possible and avoid the GAP exhibit all together….

We had a carnival on the other side of campus to provide students with a fun, safe space to find community and distraction from the GAP display.

Stanek weekend question: How do we persuade pro-choicers?

It’s a decades-old question. How do we persuade abortion proponents?

Pro-choicer Julie was converted by the aborted babies themselves. I was just forwarded a video of Julie’s touching testimony, posted on YouTube March 1 by the Genocide Awareness Project. GAP came to the University of North Florida in 2009 and just made a return appearance, which was when Julie approached the team…

(Prolifer)ations 11-4-11

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com. Accepting Abundance points out an abortion clinic advertising “gentle abortions” with “no pain” and “no memory.” The same clinic also advertises the reportedly […]

(Prolifer)ations 11-1-11

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com. 40 Days for Life tells a “wow” story about an abortionist’s wife and teen who spoke to a sidewalk counselor, thanking the peaceful […]

Abortion proponent: Ignore pro-life “scare tactics”; fear unsafe abortions and poor children instead

Pro-life people should actually be calling themselves “anti-choice.” Most of them probably aren’t educated of the pre-Roe v. Wade realities of abortion or birth control; they simply resort to publicity stunts hinging upon the power of guilt. Scare tactics seem to work well for the pro-life bandwagon. During my undergraduate career at the University of […]


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