Woman Brags About Aborting Her Baby During Coronavirus: I Was Just Horny for Sex

National   Micaiah Bilger   May 21, 2020   |   1:14PM    Washington, DC

With heart-wrenching flippancy, a British mother told The Metro recently how she aborted her unborn baby at home after an irresponsible one-night stand during the coronavirus shutdowns.

Speaking to a Metro writer, the anonymous young woman described how she spent an evening drinking with co-workers before going home to have sex with one of them.

“The baby hadn’t been conceived in love or anything close,” she said. “If I’m honest, the pregnancy happened because I was the horniest I’d been in my life. … This seems so crass now.”

“He was 19 and we took a cab to his place,” she continued. “The sex (or what I recall of it) was fine or at least did the trick. I do remember he had a Star Wars poster in his bedroom – I’d certainly never expected to create life in front of Luke Skywalker. The next morning, I scarpered out of his house as quickly as possible and we’ve hardly spoken since.”

A few weeks later, she said she suspected that she was pregnant and bought a pregnancy test. It was positive. Being 25, broke and single, she said she knew she wanted an abortion.

Apparently, she never even told the baby’s father.

“Perhaps he had a right to know, but I doubt becoming a dad before his twentieth birthday was in his grand plan,” she said.

A search on the internet led her to news about the British government lifting restrictions on at-home abortions during the coronavirus shutdowns. And that is what she opted for.

Rather than go to an abortion facility for an exam and ultrasound, she said she talked with a nurse over the phone, and then they mailed her the abortion drugs. She estimated that she was about six weeks pregnant.

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Drug-induced abortions are a two-day, two-drug process that can be dangerous for the mother as well as her unborn baby, especially if the mother never has an exam or sees a doctor beforehand. Increasingly, however, abortion activists are pushing doctors out of the abortion equation and urging countries to legalize dangerous, at-home abortions.

The anonymous young woman did not experience complications – at least none that she mentioned in the interview. After taking the second drug, she said, “The blood (or should I say baby?) oozed out in dark brown clumps,” but the pain was no worse than having her period.

She said she did not tell her friends or her baby’s father.

“For the first time in lockdown, I was grateful to be in isolation,” she said. “… I retreated into my bedroom and binge watched Girls, while I pushed aside my feelings of guilt.”

As she watched TV, she said that feeling of guilt continued as she saw new mothers celebrate giving birth to healthy babies.

“They’d had their babies during a worldwide crisis, while I’d flushed mine down the loo,” she said. “While I’m grateful my family have escaped the worst of the virus, I still feel I’ve lost someone during the pandemic, but it’s not a loss I can openly mourn.”

“I’m certain abortion was the right choice, but lockdown gave me time to torture myself with the thoughts of a baby that will never exist,” she continued.

But her baby did exist. From the moment of conception, an unborn baby is a unique, living human being with his/her own separate DNA. Her abortion did not stop a potential child from coming into existence, it killed a unique, living child already in existence.

The young woman’s sense of grief and guilt suggest she knows this, too. But the abortion industry persuades women to ignore these feelings or blame them on others, rather than recognize them as indicators of the truth.

Meanwhile, pro-life organizations encourage women to recognize the truth and openly mourn the loss of their aborted babies. Post-abortion healing programs and ministries help thousands of women every year to forgive themselves and grieve for their children. Visit RachelsVineyard.org for post-abortion healing resources.