Women Hurt by Abortion Speak Out on the Anniversary of Roe v. Wade
Contact: Anne Newman, Operation Outcry, 210-771-0757, email@example.com
SAN ANTONIO, Jan. 22 /Christian Newswire/ -- January 22nd marks the 34th anniversary of Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, the two Supreme Court cases that brought legal abortion to America. When abortion became legal in 1973, we were told it was a safe, simple solution. This is not the truth. Thirty-four years and over 45 million abortions later, another reality is evident: Abortion has devastating, long-lasting and far-reaching effects that include grief, fear, guilt, anxiety, paralyzing depression, drug and alcohol abuse, infertility, breast cancer and fear of breast cancer, suicidal thoughts and attempts, nightmares, relationship problems with children and spouses, and self-destructive behaviors.
“We are speaking out because we want to tell America about the tragic and harmful effects of abortion to women, men, children, the family, and the culture,” said Caron Strong, National Director of Operation Outcry.
“The Supreme Court’s decisions in Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton brought devastation to us when we chose abortion,” she added.
“We believe America must hear the true voices of abortion. We deeply regret our tragic “choice” to abort our children,” she added.
There are untold numbers of women and men suffering silently, who cannot yet face their pain – who cannot bring themselves to tell anyone and who feel they are all alone. Operation Outcry wants them to know that hope and help are available through the confidential, toll-free national helpline: 1-866-482-LIFE.
Women across the nation are available for interviews.
OPERATION OUTCRY is the project of The Justice Foundation to expose the truth about the devastating impact of abortion on women and families. OPERATION OUTCRY represents women throughout the nation who have been harmed by abortion. Their testimonies describe the devastating impact of abortion in their lives.