In Pennsylvania, 25-year-old college student Kaytee Moyer decided to take action after watching the Planned Parenthood videos exposing the company’s organ harvesting business. The Blaze reports that Moyer was initially hesitate to watch the footage released by The Center for Medical Progress (CMP) but afterwards was so disturbed by it that she decided to call some of her friends and organize a protest.
Moyer is a student at the University of Pennsylvania at Millersville.
She said, “After watching that first video that came out, I feel like the issue blew me wide open. I have never felt so deeply for something so quickly, as when I watched those videos released.” Prior to seeing the Planned Parenthood videos, Moyer said she tried to avoid the abortion issue altogether. She also said she wouldn’t describe herself as a religious person.
She explained, “Watching those videos made me realize this has nothing to do with religion, but everything to do with what’s moral and ethical. Forcing myself to sit through those videos and hear about what really happens was excruciating, but more impactful than I think I can honestly put into words.”
Although Moyer’s friends said they would organize and participate in the protest with her, the night before the event they bailed. However, Moyer decided that she was going to go out alone if her friends weren’t going to join her; and on October 5th, she stood on the busiest intersection of the University of Pennsylvania’s campus and handed out fliers.
Additionally, she pinned price tags on different areas of her body to provide a visual to students of how much Planned Parenthood thinks aborted baby body parts are worth. As LifeNews previously reported, in several expose videos released by CMP Planned Parenthood officials are caught haggling over the cost of aborted babies’ body parts. In fact, in the second video, Planned Parenthood’s Dr. Mary Gatter joked, “I want a Lamborghini” as she negotiated the best price for baby parts.
Moyer said she received a mostly positive response from students on campus as she passed out fliers.
She explained, “The only negative reactions came from people that didn’t read the flyer. They saw Planned Parenthood and scoffed or crumbled up the flyer. But the impact that I saw the knowledge having on my fellow students far outweighed those two minuscule reactions.” Moyer also said she passed out fliers inside both main dining halls on campus.
The 25-year-old concluded by explaining that the decision to go out on her own was difficult because she had to stand alone.
She said, “That is terrifying, to be completely honest. Especially when you are standing alone.” Ultimately, though, Moyer believes it was worth it because she knows she influenced her generation. “[It] turned out to be incredibly personally rewarding. I have so much faith in my generation. If we communicate our conservative principles effectively, millennials will catch on because liberty and conservatism resonate with young people,” she concluded.