Abortion – and the people who have them – have been called a lot of things. But what is abortion actually? An act of love. An act of compassion. An act of healing. An act of selflessness. Abortion actually is something 1 in 4 people will experience in their lifetimes. It’s health care. It’s freedom. Abortion actually can be emotional – or not. It’s a personal decision. A family decision. A you-know-your-body-and-your-life-the-best decision. If you’ve had an abortion, you’re the only one who can speak to what abortion actually felt like to you – and that’s how it should be. It’s time to reframe the conversation on what abortion actually is about. What is abortion actually to you?

If you believe that abortion is at its core, an act of love, compassion, healing, and selflessness – please join our campaign today.

The Abortion Actually campaign is part of the Abortion Rights Project – the National Women’s Law Center’s initiative to fight back against the assault on abortion rights in our country.

Published On: October 30, 2019Associated Issues: AbortionHealth Care & Reproductive Rights
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