Abortion Activists Used “Vag Napkin” Auctioned Off to Raise Funds for Abortions

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Nov 19, 2013   |   11:12AM   |   Washington, DC

When abortion activists announced they would raise funds for abortions in Texas during a telethon, pro-life advocates wondered what is done during an abortion telethon? Now we have the answer.

As Red Alert Politics reports, the $50,000 fundraiser included selling a used “vag napkin.”

In order to raise money for abortions in Texas, pro-choice organization Lady Parts Justice auctioned off a used vaginal napkin on Monday night.

The livestreamed fundraiser and telethon was hosted by comedians Lizz Winstead and Sarah Silverman. The duo was joined by the likes of University of Pennsylvania professor Anthea Butler, Joan Walsh and the cast of Orange is the New Black.

And during her time on the stage, Silverman said she was auctioning off a vaginal napkin that she had used, holding it up for the audience and livestream viewers to see.



At a time when the people of the Philippines are still battling massive devastation caused by one of the biggest-ever typhoons, one would think abortion activist would find something better to raise money for — but helping people isn’t very high on the list, when money can be raised to kill them instead.