By Sarah Terzo
A post-abortive woman named Sabrina writes:
“As a sixteen-year-old girl, while I lay there on the abortionist table, I looked over and saw my baby mutilated in the glass container that was connected to the abortion machine , and this image has forever been etched in my mind. As I looked over and saw it, I asked the nurse if that was my baby? Her reply was, “No, that is not what you think it is; now will you please look the other way?” indicating the direction opposite of my baby … After seeing the visual I got, I knew the “truth” that my baby was mutilated. I cannot imagine the agony this caused my baby, as she died.”
Serena Gaefke, 101 Reasons Not to Have an Abortion: A Girl‘s Guide to Informed Choices (2010), p. 18.
Editor’s note. This appeared at Clinic Quotes and is reposted with permission.