From a woman who had an abortion because she felt she was pregnant with too many children:
“The doctor explained that he would inject special salty water and that the needle would go into my tummy and… puncture the babies’ hearts – they were going to do it like that. And the babies stay inside you – they don’t come out or go rotten, they just stay there as tissue… And the worst part of it all is that they jumped. I felt it. I felt them moving. I felt them fighting.”
The Guardian, November 28, 1989
From Jenny Bryan’s Abortion (East Sussex, England: Wayland Publishers Limited, 1991), p. 32.
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