VIDEO Abortion counselor Emily Letts films her own abortion (SFW)

Emily Letts films her own abortion

Emily Letts is a 25-year-old abortion counselor at Cherry Hill Women’s Center in New Jersey who has sparked quite the controversy after she decided to document her own abortion and post the video on Facebook. The video has since been added to Youtube and Vimeo and went viral after winning the Abortion Care Network’s Stigma Busting video competition.

Here’s the video:

Emily’s description of the clip from Youtube:

This is my story. This is ONLY my story. I do not pretend that it is anything more or anything less. I do not speak for everyone on this sensitive subject and I respect everyone’s opinions as long as they do not force them onto others.

My dearest hope is that someone somewhere will see this and it will provide some guidance, strength, support, or whatever else they need in that moment. I want to tell that person that you are not alone. Having an abortion does not make you a bad person, a bad woman, a bad mother. Having an abortion does not make you guilty. It is simply one step in your reproductive story. You are not along. I am here for you. We are all here for you.

PLEASE PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO. Please help me spread it to all corners of the internet. 1 in 3 women will have or have had an abortion in their reproductive life. This video is for all of us.

Emily recently spoke with Cosmopolitan.com and shared more about her background and why she decided to record and share her procedure.

A former professional actress, Emily reveals that before she began working at the Women’s Center she was a “birth junkie” fascinated by all aspects of giving birth and growing life. “I trained as a doula and watched every documentary I could get my hands on,” she says. “During my training, I learned there are three kinds of doulas: birth doulas, adoption doulas, and abortion doulas. A light went off in my head.”

It was then that it occurred to Emily to volunteer at the Cherry Hill Women’s Center because “the idea of helping women through an abortion and supporting them and reassuring them that they are still wonderful and beautiful resonated deeply with me.” Emily was instead offered a job as an abortion counselor, and she accepted.

Emily herself had never had a child or and abortion and often found it difficult to relate to the women she counseled. “Patients at the clinic always ask me if I can relate to them — have I had an abortion? Do I have kids?” Emily says. “I was so used to saying, ‘I’ve never had an abortion but…'”

After working at the clinic for close to a year, Emily found out she was pregnant:

It was my first pregnancy, and, full disclosure, I hadn’t been using any kind of birth control, which is crazy, I know. I’m a sex educator, and I love talking about birth control. Before this experience, hormonal birth control scared me because of complications I’d heard about from friends — gaining weight, depression, etc. So I tracked my ovulation cycle, and I didn’t have any long-term partners. I thought I was OK. But, you know, things happen. I wound up pregnant.

Emily knew right away that she was “not ready to take care of a child” and decided almost immediately to have an abortion. She called the clinic and scheduled the procedure, which was to happen when she was only two to three weeks pregnant.

Prior to her appointment it occurred to Emily, “Wait a minute, I have to use this.”

At first I was just going to write a blog. Then my administrator introduced me to a woman on YouTube who goes by Angie AntiTheist. She filmed herself having a medical abortion — after taking the pill RU486 — to show everyone that she was fine, that it’s not scary, it doesn’t hurt, and that she was confident in her decision to do it.

Here is the Angie AntiTheist video Emily is talking about:

Emily admits that “I could have taken the pill, but I wanted to do the one that women were most afraid of. I wanted to show it wasn’t scary — and that there is such a thing as a positive abortion story. It’s my story.”

Emily talks about what the actual procedure was like:

I knew the cameras were in the room during the procedure, but I forgot about them almost immediately. I was focused on staying positive and feeling the love from everyone in the room. I am so lucky that I knew everyone involved, and I was so supported. I remember breathing and humming through it like I was giving birth. I know that sounds weird, but to me, this was as birth-like as it could be. It will always be a special memory for me. I still have my sonogram, and if my apartment were to catch fire, it would be the first thing I’d grab.

Emily reveals that after posting the video on her Facebook wall she received some hateful comments, but was surprised by the “tsunami” of positive responses. “People who I have never talked to started writing their own abortion stories,” she says.

So how does Emily feel when she watches the video? “Every time I watch the video, I love it,” she says. “I love how positive it is. I think that there are just no positive abortion stories on video for everyone to see. But mine is.” She concludes by saying:

I didn’t feel bad. I do feel a little irresponsible and embarrassed about not using birth control. I mean, Emily, wake up! What are you doing? I was going against the advice I give to patients all the time. So I had them put an IUD in after the abortion. I was able to learn and move forward. And I am grateful that I can share my story and inspire other women to stop the guilt.

Be sure to check out the full article by Emily over at Cosmopolitan.com.



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  • whatever

    I’ve had two. One was surgical, one was the pills. Do the surgical if you are going to do it. Seriously. She wouldn’t have been all puppies and kittens about that, it’s awful. She would have been in agony.

    • frontdoormom

      Do the surgical or dont do it? And whats awful? Im not being a smart ass i just dont understand your comment.

      • whatever

        This was about the article. It said, “Emily admits that “I could have taken the pill, but I wanted to do the
        one that women were most afraid of. I wanted to show it wasn’t scary —
        and that there is such a thing as a positive abortion story. It’s my
        story.”

        What I’m saying is that this is a false assumption. Of course she could do a positive one with the surgical procedure, but the pills are agony.

  • Tiffany Celestia Tolle

    ugh. what a disgusting person. she is an “abortion counselor” so i guarantee she got pregnant JUST so she can have an abortion and film it cuz shes a horrible person.

    • Tiffany Celestia Tolle

      that is exactly what i thought!!

    • myri

      She’s not a horrible person. A horrible person has kids they cannot afford and they die of starvation or sickness. And have to live in deplorable conditions.
      A woman who has an abortion is a sensible, wise person who realizes the consequences of having that child. A woman who has a child they cannot take care of or give them basic necessities are child abusers.

      • Tiffany Celestia Tolle

        A woman who has an abortion is a baby killer. Plain and simple. A babys heart starts being after 6 weeks, and most women dont even know they are pregnant by then. That baby is alive.

        • Starve_and_shit

          And if you read the article, you half wit, you’d see she was TWO to THREE weeks pregnant.

          So now that you can’t use the “beating heart–baby killer” hyperbole, what’s your response?

          • notmyfirstnamechoice

            It’s impossible to know you’re pregnant at 2 weeks. And the only women who find out they’re pregnant at 3 weeks are those who are planning to become pregnant and take a pregnancy test before their periods. If she truly was only 3 weeks pregnant, then I have no doubt she planned this.

            • Tiffany Celestia Tolle

              Thank you!!

            • Christina Pace

              I knew i was pregnant at 2 weeks and I didn’t plan on it at all. I just know my body, both pregnancies I knew within 3 weeks, I just could tell, took a home test then a test at the doctors. Neither were planned

              • notmyfirstnamechoice

                You need to retake biology class. At 1 – 2 weeks gestation your body is only getting ready to ovulate and at 2 – 3 weeks is when conception occurs. Weeks 4 – 5 is when a period is missed. That is the time frame that most women find out they’re pregnant. Some of the most sensitive pregnant tests can only detect a positive pregnancy only 1 week before a period is due.

                Don’t make up stories. You look foolish.

                • Sammy

                  Urine tests most generally start to detect the hormone at 5 weeks. Blood tests show 7-12 days after conception, which at earliest, would be 3-4 weeks.

                • Christina Pace

                  I had my period on the 4th. I had unprotected sex on the 15th and on the 28th I had found out I was pregnant. The next day I went to the doctors and they confirmed it.

                • DeeDeDee

                  So then you’re saying a women is pregnant, before she’s actually pregnant? Do you take religious biology, or actual biology?

                  • notmyfirstnamechoice

                    Yes, hasn’t your doctor explained gestation to you? Hard to believe you had an actual planned pregnancy. Your pregnancy begins the first day of your last period even though you were not technically pregnant. Every OB/GYN and midwife will tell you this. This is actual science, not a religious belief. Again, hard to believe you planned a pregnancy unless you had no prenatal care and gave birth in a cave.

                  • notmyfirstnamechoice

                    You’re kidding right? And you planned a pregnancy? I find that very hard to believe since you don’t understand how every OB/GYN and midwife calculates gestation starting on the first day of your last period.

            • DeeDeDee

              It’s actually not impossible. While yes, I was *planning* my child, two weeks to the day from the one time I had sex with my husband to try for a child, I took a pregnancy test and it was positive.

          • LaLa84

            YES

  • Anonymous

    “There are just no positive abortion stories.” I’m pro choice but I’m sorry, abortion stories should never be positive.

    • catelisul

      I don’t want to speak for her, but I think that was a commentary on how abortion is portrayed in the media. There was a study done recently that showed that the majority of abortions portrayed in media end “negatively” in that the mother dies, backs out due to fear or coercion, etc. It seems like she’s just trying to combat those portrayals by saying that.

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    • anon

      I agree. I’m also prochoice. I had an abortion in 1998 and, while I don’t regret it, I do regret allowing myself to be in a position to feel like it was a choice I needed to make. I regret being so irresponsible. Almost 16 years later, I still mourn the loss I experienced (even though I was the cause of it). It was and still is one of the saddest days of my life. I now have three other children and hope they never need to make that decision. In no way is abortion a positive or loving decision or experience. This woman is either in complete denial or she is incredibly immature. Abortion is a loss.

  • Ugh!

    ugh. what a disgusting person. she is an “abortion counselor” so i guarantee she got pregnant JUST so she can have an abortion and film it cuz shes a horrible person.

  • Pat Brown

    what a brave young woman, good for her!

    • Guest

      You’re a disgusting pig. I’ve seen your idiotic posts on here. F*ck off.

      • Pat Brown

        as are you, you fuuucccck off, you worthless loser, don’t tell me what to think and how to think she’s a brave courageous woman you worthless christian weenie, there are too many people in the world as it as. Hundreds of thousands of children in the foster care system that grow up to be monsters. A woman has a right to choose, she’s a brave woman to show others that there is nothing to be feared. Go back to your trailer and feed your cats you loser!

        • Valerie

          Good one, Pat! You really think like a winner. So lets go kill all those people who are TOO MANY for you as well as the children in foster care. How about the colored, christians, the retarded, homosexuals and all those other lives that have no value for you.

          • Pat Brown

            bottom line is, a woman has a right to chose what to do with her own body. That is all there is to this discussion! She was excising her right, whether you like it or not!

            • Tiffany Celestia Tolle

              A woman does have a right to do what she wants with her OWN body, however, she does not have a right to do whatever she wants to another human beings body. and thats exactly what she is doing when she decides to kill the living human being in her body.

              • Starve_and_shit

                Until the parasite in my body, and a fetus IS a parasite(look up the definition if you know how to use a dictionary), can survive on it’s own and relies on my body for nourishment *I* get the final say on if it stays or not.

                • ConcernedCitizen

                  Hey starve, what’s the definition of a fetus?

                  This should be fun. Try Google.

                  You know what, I’ll just give you the first definition for it on Google: “fe·tus
                  ˈfētəs/Submit
                  noun
                  an unborn offspring of a mammal, in particular an unborn human baby more than eight weeks after conception.”

                  Check out Merriam Webster dictionary too. Not a baby? Interesting the definition describes it as such. Your use of parasite however is inflammatory semantics.

                  • Starve_and_shit

                    Parasite fits too. And if her abortion was before 8 weeks of pregnancy, as she claims, it wasn’t a fetus but rather an embryo.

                    Now who needs the dictionary @@

                    • ConcernedCitizen

                      You do apparently.

                      I love these arm chair doctors…were you there when they told her how many weeks along she was? If not your comment is irrelevant.

                      Also, according to the definition of the word “parasite,” everyone whosurvives on government assistance is a parasite. If I call them that knowing full well it is an inflammatory, gross characterization of those people, have I made a valid point? According to you, yes. Consistency…try that.

              • Pat Brown

                according to the LAW not fairy tales, she has every right to do what she wants with anything in or on her body. Now to go to church!

        • myri

          This other person does not realize that when a woman has a child or many children she cannot afford, and the child has to live in deplorable, starving conditions this woman is a child abuser.

      • LaLa84

        Just because this isn’t something you agree does not making someone that supports this woman’s choice a disgusting pig, person, whatever names you want to throw out there.
        It takes ALL KINDS. If everyone believed what you believed, this world would be a pretty sad place.

    • myri

      yes

  • aaaaa

    This made me feel so sad.
    She seemed way too happy to be going through the abortion. I’m not going to judge her, but there are people out there who can’t conceive and would love to have children, and then they see this video of a woman who can easily get pregnant and decides to have an abortion and video tape it for everyone to see!

    • Agnes

      I’m sorry, I’m not trying to say abortion is a good thing, but what you said makes as much sense as moms telling their kids “eat your potatoes, children in Sierra Leone would love to have some and they starve”.. Just because you take the opportunity to do/have something other people don’t doesn’t make them any better. This girl becoming a (probably bad, if she doesn’t want children now) mother wouldn’t make anybody’s inferitility/sadnes connected to infertility any smaller.

      • TA

        what they said makes perfect sense. this woman could have given her child up for adoption and the child could have had a life. but instead, she ended the pregnancy for the experience.

        • Starve_and_shit

          Oh well. That’s her LEGAL choice to make. She shouldn’t be forced to be an incubator for some unfortunate infertile couple.

        • tiff

          why should she have to go forward with a pregnancy she doesn’t want? there are PLENTY of children waiting to be adopted already.

          • Pat Brown

            she shouldn’t have to. She didn’t and showed others there is nothing to be feared, good for her, and she’s a brave courageous woman. We need more people like her!

          • Starve_and_shit

            Exactly. Until the 300 THOUSAND kids in foster care waiting for “forever homes” are adopted, the “right to life” people can eff off.

          • Amanda_56

            because there are consequences to all decisions we make in life. Pregnancy is the consequence to unprotected sex. You don’t want the baby, protect yourself or close your legs. We learn this is grade 5.

            • awoman

              And then in 6th grade we learn there are options for unintended conception.
              The consequence is that you have to make your own choice of what to do.

            • Starve_and_shit

              Wow. You call yourself “right to life” but call a fetus a “consequence.”

              I wonder how it feels to grow up unwanted knowing the only reason you’re alive is because you’re a “consequence.” @@

          • TA

            I didn’t say she had to do anything, I was just pointing out that what the prospective adoptive couples said made sense.

    • Danielle Burkholder

      As someone who tried and tried to conceive and is now waiting to adopt, I thank you for saying this. “I’m in awe that I can have a baby”…really?! You have no respect for the life you were BLESSED enough to make.

      • Tamtam

        Don’t you feel bad for the hundreds of thousands of children in foster care, that will never get adopted because they’re “too old” or considered damaged goods? Forcing women to carry children they don’t want will only add to that number. Just because you can’t, doesn’t mean they *should.*

        • Danielle Burkholder

          Yes, in fact I do feel bad for them. Again, you’re talking to someone who is completing an adoption. I had an issue with the phrase “I’m in awe that I can have a baby”. If you’re in such a trance that you can, and if that is so amazing to you, then have enough respect for that life TO put it up for adoption. At least with adoption babies and children get a chance at a life, you can’t say that with abortion.

    • Pat Brown

      no one is forcing anyone to watch this video, if you voluntarily view it, then don’t complain about it.

  • Durrrr

    How does she know it was anything like giving birth..
    She’s never given birth!

  • TA

    she got pregnant on purpose so she could have an aboetion and relate to her “patients”, I have no doubt about that. sick.

    • Tiffany Celestia Tolle

      exactly what i thought!!

  • Erica

    This whole thing just disgusts me….

  • Danni

    I don’t think she did it on purpose. Stuff happens. She shouldn’t have to carry a fetus that she doesn’t want or can’t take care of. She’s not responsible for the people who can’t have kids, that’s their issue. I’ve had an abortion, it was a great decision for me. I went on to find a career, get married and have two children. Then I went on to be a surrogate for another couple to help them have a child. Abortion is a personal decision, she did what was best for her.

    • Pat Brown

      totally agree with you, but you can’t argue with a mindless brainwashed sheep, AKA Christian Weenie!

      • Amanda_56

        You don’t need to be a Christian to think abortion is wrong. I think you are the weenie.

        • Pat Brown

          it’s a private matter that concerns only the woman having the procedure, not you or anyone else!

          • Sammy

            Then it doesn’t concern you either, so why are you commenting? She broadcasted her abortion to the public, allowing the public to be involved with her “private matter” which now makes it a public matter, and this is part of allowing your private descisions to be widespread. If she didn’t want backlash, she shouldn’t have posted it. Nothing you do will ever be acceptable by everyone. There are too many individuals with their own personal beliefs. P.S. There are some Christians that are Pro-choice. You don’t need to automatically call someone a “Christian Weenie”(?) when they have a different view than you. You are obviously trying to sound intelligent, but when you keep jumping straight to calling someone that because they disagree with you, you make yourself appear very ignorant.

    • Amanda_56

      I suppose what is best for the inborn child is irrelevant?

      • Pat Brown

        yes it is!

      • Starve_and_shit

        I think you mean UNborn.

  • blondie78

    How about you just be responsible and use protection? I cannot believe the world we live in. And she won an award for this? DISGUSTING.

  • notmyfirstnamechoice

    I don’t know what is more disturbing, the fact that she made this video or that she actually loves the video.

    She seems like a sociopath to me. Having an abortion is nothing to be proud of.

  • Amanda_56

    I just feel this is terrible. These poor innocent children. And for the record, you can disagree with abortion and not be a Christian.

    • awoman

      You mean the lump of cells she had scraped from her uterus?

      • Tiffany Celestia Tolle

        Babies hearts start beating at 6 weeks (most women dont even know they are pregnant by then) and you can hear it at 8 weeks. so what is this you were saying about a “lump of cells”?

        • Starve_and_shit

          Again, for the illiterate, she was TWO to THREE weeks pregnant.

          • Sammy

            How tf did she know she was pregnant after two weeks unless she planned it?

            • Starve_and_shit

              TWO weeks pregnant would be 2 weeks post ovulation. She would know because she missed her period.

              • Sammy

                Really, cause at the time I missed my period (started spotting), I was already at least 3 weeks along. I’m just saying that if she were so confident in her form of birth control, which was monitoring her schedule, she wouldn’t have automatically jumped to the conclusion that she was pregnant. And that fact that she so willingly decided to start filming the whole thing so quickly makes it feel like this was a premeditated idea. All of her claims don’t add up.

      • Pat Brown

        yes that’s what she means!

  • Really?!?

    I’m completely prochoice but I can’t help but think this woman intentionally got pregnant just to have an abortion. I find it hard to believe that someone who works as an abortion counselor wouldn’t take the necessary precautions needed to advoid pregnancy. Her reasons for not being on birth control are shallow. She didn’t want to take the chance of maybe gaining a few pounds but taking a chance getting of pregnant didn’t bother her at all. She wasn’t in a long term relationship and she was using a method of birth control that has a higher chance of pregnancy than the pill or condoms. She is careless for someone who makes a living counseling women about sex education. I find it strange that she was so excited about being able to get an abortion. She seemed so happy to now be able to relate to her patients. I think she’s disgusting and in need of counseling.

    • Sammy

      That’s what I thought. It does seem like the pregnancy was intentional, just so she could have an abortion. I find it bizarre that she considered it like “giving birth” and saved the sonogram from the fetus she just aborted and now views it as her most prized position…. wtf?

  • Valerie

    This is such a sad situation and she is a very sick person. How could ending anybody’s life be positive? Thanks to her video now I’m sure I don’t ever want to take anybody’s life just because it is inconvenient for me. This is pathetic!

  • myri

    There shouldn’t be any guilt to abortion. The guilt should come when you have a child you can’t afford and it is not fed properly and it goes hungry and gets sick or dies.

  • Guesst

    Okay so she says she loves talking about birth control yet uses none to prevent pregnancy?? Okay. It seems like she purposely got pregrent just to get an abortion to relate/council better because she was tired of saying “i never had an abortion but…” So now that she had an abotrion she can relate better. To make the “clients” feel better so she can council them better. Seems like she had no feelings for this at all. She used this abortion for means as birth control when she could of used the pill, an IUD, condoms etc to prevent. What a dumb bitch. Disgusting.

  • So sick

    This is the saddest thing . I understand people’s comments about others not being able to get pregnant and that shouldn’t effect another woman’s choices but I don’t know any woman who has said they felt great about their abortions. Especially those who are or who later have given birth . I’m not sure how anyone can say this is just a fetus or cells. People are now trying to support abortions on kids up to age three. This is all so disgusting and sad. She is educated enough to know how to prevent pregnancy and has free resources at her disposable to ensure that. Words can’t express the sadness. And her saying ” all the love in the room” . What love could people have who kill babies up to 24 weeks along . I have been feeling my baby move inside me since 15 weeks and am 20 weeks right now. I couldn’t imagine that anyone could end this baby inside me life and have love in them.

    • guest

      “People are now trying to support abortions on kids up to the age of three”
      I don’t understand what you mean- are you saying people are supporting three year olds getting abortions, or people are supporting killing a three year old and calling it an abortion? Either way, citation please?
      If it’s the former, ver rare medical cases aside, three year olds don’t get pregnant, and if a very young child with or without a medical condition that creates early onset puberty gets pregnant, it’s likely the result of sexual assault. If it’s the latter personally I’ve never heard even the most adamantly hardcore pro choice person claim that killing a three year old is the same as an abortion, in fact usually the pro choice argument is the opposite of that, but if you’ve heard that I’d be interested to know where and from whom you heard it.

  • Rtcj

    It will always be a special memory??? What the hell is special about creating a life and then voluntarily ceasing that life? She is A disturbed individual. And rather immature, I might add. She should be fired for what she has done. She is supposed to be an educator, and advocate, but she does everything she preaches about what not to do. What she is is a walking billboard for what NOT to do. She is an embarrassment to planned parent hood or any other organization that sets out to educate people about safe sex.

  • Randomer

    From personal experience I don’t feel Angie antiTheist vid is a reliable portrayal of medicalised abortion. I had a missed miscarriage (not a termination) at 9weeks gestation using ru486 and it was no walk in the park like she is making out. I was in absolute agony, no way would I have been able to form a coherent sentence let alone smile at a camera. 2 of my closest friends have had terminations and swear it was the best decision, albeit the hardest decision they have ever made. They both agree it was the saddest experience they have ever gone through and would love to have children one day. They were certainly not as upbeat as the first girl, I guess we all experience life differently.

  • Rtcj

    She states how difficult it was to relate to these women…uh, so she intentionally knocked herself up so she could be respected and relatable. more?? I’m pretty sure Lucifer himself has already booked her one way ticket to hell, and is now working on the welcome home party.
    Then she goes on to say she loves watching her abortion! WTF??? That is some really sick and twisted stuff right there.
    And news flash b!(&$ abortions aren’t supposed to be a positive thing for a REASON! Abortion is supposed to be difficult and upsetting so you don’t do it again! It’s not supposed to be a jiffy lube (pun intended) your in and out, happy as clam, “see you next month” kind of thing. Dumbass. Man, this world is doomed.

  • ren

    I can’t imagine what kind of “counselor” she can be… She’s only 25 and also has “professional actress” and “doula” on her resume. It’s obvious she only did this to justify her irresponsible mistake. I’m surprised they even allowed cameras in the room. Just goes to show that in this social media age, there’s no end to what people will air about themselves. It’s sick. I’m not even watching this vdeo; To me it’s like watching a plane crash from far away knowing there are people on the plane. And I’m pro-choice!

  • Sara

    I am 100% pro-choice, but I believe abortion should be the last resort (if you’re a victim of rape, or you’re like 15-16, I understand). We don’t need to see that. She acts like it’s no big deal! Newsflash, it IS a big deal. Some women never recover emotionally.

    • Starve_and_shit

      And some women are just fine and have no regrets. You don’t get to choose how people feel about a medical procedure.

      • Sara

        When the hell did I “choose how people feel about a medical procedure”? Im not against abortion, I just stated my opinion! Some women feel absolutely at peace with their decision to have an abortion, others do not! It’s a fact. Your last sentence was unecessary.

      • Sara

        ….When the hell did I do that, seriously?

  • DeeDeDee

    I am also pro-choice, but something doesn’t feel right about this. Even if you did chart your periods and use that family planning method, then why wouldn’t you still use a condom, the pull out method, etc. to at least TRY and prevent yourself from getting pregnant. Especially knowing all that you know about pregnancy and HOW they happen. It’s also so weird that she seems genuinely happy about the fact that she’s getting the procedure AND video taping it. I understand the reasoning behind *wanting* to video tape it, but it just makes me cringe that you seem like you’re ready to throw a party afterwards. :/ Most women after an abortion are relieved but distraught that it ultimately came to that decision. Not necessarily regretful, but definitely not in a celebration.

  • Jenn

    Well I am absolutely disgusted with her. She seriously wasn’t using birth control? Why aren’t women using birth control? It’s 2014!!! The affordable health care act has made birth control FREE. There is NO reason why a woman should have an unplanned pregnancy. Scared of the hormones? Try it. Maybe you’ll be fine. Don’t like it? Guess what, there are non hormonal forms of birth control. How about a freaking condom? Especially since she seems to be sleeping with men she isn’t really involved with. You want herpes to add to your abortion? Come on people! Take some responsibly for your actions!

  • bambiglanville

    if you had consensual sex… and got pregnant… give it up for adoption ffs. There are SO many women who cannot have children and who could have given that child a perfectly healthy and stable home. Rape situations? abortion I can completely understand. But I couldn’t even finish watching that video. It disgusted me. Abortion is not a form of birth control.

  • Cindy

    Responsible women use birth control to prevent pregnancy….incredibly irresponsible women use abortion as birth control. Shame on her. It’s 2014, there are NO excuses for an unplanned pregnancy with all the information & methods available, especially for grown women like this self-appointed ‘women’s choices’ advocate. She has a sonogram picture that she looks at often? If there is any pride involved in holding onto that momento, shame in her 🙁