“Stop, you’re hurting me!”

Pulse Life Advocates published a post on Facebook which asks,

“What does abortion look like? This:”

We accompanied the caption with a photo that showed body parts of an unborn abortion victim. Facebook masked the photo with their own caption which said:

“Violent or graphic content. This photo is covered so people can choose whether they want to see it.”

Most abortion rights advocates refuse to click through and look at the depravity of abortion. Frankly, most pro-lifers don’t want to look either. And yet you must.

If we don’t see the reality of abortion, it remains an abstraction in the hearts and minds of most decent people. It leads to tepid and even insipid responses to abortion, such as:

“Although I’m personally against abortion, I can’t tell a woman what to do with her own body.”

Or …

“Although I’m personally against abortion, I can’t impose my own religion on someone else.”

How to make the violence of abortion a reality

If you have ever looked into the dead eyes of a decapitated baby in the womb (above), the violence of abortion becomes a reality.  

You realize you’re not talking about a woman’s body, you’re talking about her daughter’s body. 

You realize you’re not trying to convert the mom into becoming a Roman Catholic … or a Southern Baptist … or a Muslim. You’re simply trying to convert her into becoming a civilized human being by acknowledging the humanity of the child she chose to bring into this world through an act of consensual sex.

When you see the actual depravity, it allows you to understand yourself better. WHY are you personally against abortion? The picture of the body parts of the aborted unborn child reminds you. Abortion kills a unique human being in a particularly savage fashion.

Take the pro-life rationale stated above and rephrase it:

“Although I’m personally against someone ripping apart the body of a tiny defenseless baby girl in the womb, I can’t tell a woman what to do with her own body.”

It makes a big difference when you’ve seen the reality of the violence. It makes you squirm, knowing what you have been willing to tolerate in the past.

The video above humanizes abortion

Abortion advocates don’t want you to see these images, which is why the actor Kevin Sorbo agreed to narrate the video above. Although animated, it humanizes the issue in such a heartbreaking way.

Imagine how God feels seeing His creation treated this way. Imagine how He feels about people who claim to follow Him, and yet refuse to stand up for the little gal in the womb.

You’ve got to look at what you’re allowing to happen through your inaction, through your tolerance of abortion. 

In 1955, an African-American young man, Emmett Till, was brutally murdered by two white men. (A movie came out on the story last year.) Till’s mother insisted on an open casket funeral so the nation could see the reality of racism and the violence being perpetrated against Black Americans.

Last month, conservative talk show host, Ben Shapiro, took some heat for showing unedited footage of the massacre of Israelis by Hamas, complete with beheadings and mutilated bodies.

Then in Los Angeles last week, Israeli actress, Gal Gadot, rented a movie theater and screened more footage of the violent attack in Israel, leading to riots in the street outside the theater.

Yes, it’s hard to look at all this depravity, but if you don’t, the violence is less real. And you get more of it. Watch the video above for a wake-up call. Peace begins in the womb. We MUST stand up for the little gal in the womb who screams at us with each abortion, “Stop, you’re hurting me!”

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