For too long, the abortion industry has used social media to proclaim how proud they are of the “service” they offer. Hashtags such as #ShoutYourAbortion are meant as an unapologetic in-your-face to those who believe all life is precious.
The Guttmacher Institute reported in September of last year that 45% of all pregnancies are either “mistimed or unwanted.” To Planned Parenthood, and others who make money off of ending unborn lives, these pregnancies equal big bucks. Convince a woman that the life inside of her, coming at a time which she didn’t expect, will negatively impact her life, and she just might pay for its beating heart to be stopped.
Well, pro-lifers are fighting back on social media with the hashtag #MyUnintendedJoy. Why? Because life is beautiful, even when it’s not planned, and life-changing in the most positive of ways.
Here are some of their stories.
Her bio mom chose life, and I’m so thankful she did. #MyUnintendedJoy pic.twitter.com/vOto014EWR
— Nicole Littletaylor (@nlittletaylor) January 24, 2017
#myunintendedjoy got pregnant at 18, not married, living at home. Now he’s 13, smart, witty, best thing to ever happen to me. pic.twitter.com/cZGkVQYymy
— Victoria Stroup (@VeeStroup) January 24, 2017
Someone loved them enough to give them up to us for the life they deserve. #MyUnintendedJoy pic.twitter.com/MtnDVFy5hI
— Seoul man (@Monkey3ddd) January 24, 2017
#MyUnintendedJoy (s) we didn’t want twins, we can’t afford twins, we’re to busy for twins…. but we HAVE twins, and we love them, BOTH. ? pic.twitter.com/P5TEkeM3ZG
— Chadster (@pastorchadster) January 24, 2017
I was terrified that being a mother would interfere w/ my career. Then, #MyUnintendedJoy came along & nothing else mattered anymore. pic.twitter.com/hKIrPaCV8G
— Catt (@CattHarmony) January 23, 2017
#MyUnintendedJoy was born on the anniversary of Roe V Wade. There’s always room for more love pic.twitter.com/xzxGg7cZuW
— Amy (@AmyOtto8) January 24, 2017
#MyUnintendedJoy is a precious 16 yr old boy now who teaches all he encounters every life has value! pic.twitter.com/5p4PfqsHss
— Patty Girl (@PerspicaciousXY) January 23, 2017
#myunintendedjoy 6 yrs ago, appointment was set, money in pocket, best appointment I ever missed. pic.twitter.com/DdxuIpBMZB
— ᱚɛɱ ղɛ۷ɛя λɠλɪղ (@XxKISxXx) January 24, 2017
I’m 41 and #MyUnintendedJoy is 2. I never thought I wanted a child. I’m so glad I didn’t miss out. pic.twitter.com/N1id8xJNu5
— Rob Hocking (@HockingRob) January 24, 2017
3 kids, we were done & along came this lil angel. B/c of her birth, I was Dx’d early w/ #colorectalcancer. Saved my life.#MyUnintendedJoy pic.twitter.com/M2S7UsyBMK
— Alli Macken (@allimacken) January 24, 2017
Reaffirming life in a culture of death is an absolute necessity. It is especially powerful in these days after the heavily pro-abort Women’s March and before this Friday’s March For Life in D.C.
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