By Monica Migliorino Miller Ph.D.
each day, hundreds of thousands of children—fragile, blameless, alone—are deserted. they're brutally snuffed from the realm and actually left within the trash . . . and it is all felony. deserted: The Untold tales of the Abortion Wars is the tale of these young children deserted by means of abortion, and it's the tale in their brave defenders.
when you consider that 1976, Monica Miller has made it her life's paintings to safeguard the unborn: she has suggested pregnant ladies outdoors abortion clinics and arranged pro-life teams and sit-ins at lots of those self same clinics. She has blocked abortionists automobiles, been arrested, and long gone to reformatory. and she or he has pulled the our bodies of millions of unborn infants out of dumpsters and given them a formal burial.
Abandoned: The Untold tales of the Abortion Wars is the profound, breathtaking, and infrequently bold trip of 1 lady, however it is far greater than that. it's a heritage of the Pro-Life stream considering Roe vs. Wade, a suspenseful, true-life story of existence and demise, an insightful inspect the original and poor horror of abortion, and a plea for the safety of the main helpless and blameless participants of the human family.
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In the sixth to seventh week, nerves and muscles work together for the first time. If the area of the lips, the first to become sensitive to touch, is gently stroked the child responds by bending the upper body to one side and making a quick backward motion with his arms…. By the beginning of the ninth week, the baby moves spontaneously without being touched. Sometimes his whole body swings back and forth for a few moments. By eight and a half weeks the eyelids and the palms of the hands become sensitive to touch.
I left her apartment and stood on the dark sidewalk. I felt dazed and suddenly sick to my stomach. My head and heart pounded with the news of an impending death that I felt powerless to prevent. How could one person stop another from having an abortion anyway? I walked the short block to my own apartment, entered the bedroom without turning on the light, and collapsed on the floor. I begged God that somehow this baby might not die. But I felt lost and helpless, utterly ignorant as to what I could do.
Donna first saw the doctor who performed the abortion when she was lying on the surgical table, even though she had already signed a form that said, I have seen the doctor and he has explained the abortion procedure to me. ’ I did not want him to think I was not married. He gave me a strange look, as though he somehow disapproved of abortions for married couples. “The abortion was extremely painful. I grasped the nurse’s hand in a vice-like grip. ’ I moved on the table because it hurt so much.