Woman Defends Killing Two Babies in Abortion: “Despite the Blood and Grief I’d Do it Over Again”

Opinion   |   Sarah Terzo   |   Mar 16, 2018   |   8:28AM   |   Washington, DC

Kim C. Flodin, pro-choice freelance writer, who had 2 abortions:

“I say, despite the blood and the grief, I’d do it all over again – even though it makes me immeasurably sad and I still choke a little when I remember the dream boy on the beach [her second “son,” as she imagined him.]

“But I still cannot find the guts to march for choice. My friends, even those privy to my past, think it’s circumstantial – the marches always seem to be poorly scheduled for my busy life. But I know that in the end I can barely stomach the politics of this debate. Though I understand its necessity, I hate sloganeering. I hate it because I cannot reduce my complicated set of emotions to the boldface type of the placard.”

Kim C. Flodin “Why I Don’t March,” Newsweek, February 12, 1990, p.8.

Quoted in F. LaGard Smith, When Choice Becomes God (Eugene, Oregon: Harvest House Publishers, 1990), pp 68 –69.

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