Feminists Urge People to Help Freezing Texans By Paying to Kill Their Babies in Abortions

State   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Feb 18, 2021   |   6:07PM   |   Austin, Texas

The fashion magazine Vogue is promoting a very ugly way to help Texans suffering from extensive power outages and record cold: abortions.

Published Wednesday, the article, “5 Ways To Help Texans Amid a Catastrophic Winter Storm,” suggests that people donate to Fund Texas Choice, a pro-abortion group that provides financial help to women seeking abortions, according to the Daily Wire.

Texans are “struggling to stay warm in a state whose infrastructure simply isn’t prepared to weather a storm of this magnitude,” Vogue wrote. And it “can be difficult to know how to help from afar.”

One of the best ways to help women in crisis, according to the magazine, is to donate to a group that supports killing unborn babies in abortions.

“Due to inclement weather, many Texans in need of reproductive care are being forced to reschedule appointments and make new travel arrangements; you can help support that process by donating to Fund Texas Choice, a nonprofit that pays for Texans’ travel to abortion clinics,” the article asserted.

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The pro-abortion fund provides money for transportation and hotel rooms for women seeking abortions. It also refers women to other resources that help pay for abortions, according to its website.

Meanwhile, pro-lifers in Texas are stepping up to provide real help to families in need.

Pamela Whitehead, executive director of ProLove Ministries, which runs Loveline, said their hotline has been swamped with calls over the past few days.

“We have several clients in Texas alone who need immediate help – mothers with small children who are dealing with burst pipes, fire caused by the storms, and homes without heat or water,” Whitehead said.

Abby Johnson, who helped start the pro-life non-profit and lives in Texas, slammed Vogue for manipulating the crisis to promote abortions.

“When I worked at Planned Parenthood, a hurricane or other natural disaster was an instant fundraising opportunity,” Johnson said. “But the women didn’t need an abortion – we just told them that. They needed help with housing, food, rent and other tangible needs, which Planned Parenthood would never assist them with.”

Loveline, which is based in Texas, currently is helping five mothers and their children in the Houston area. Whitehead said one mother of six had a fire in her rental home because of the storm, and two other families are sleeping in churches because they have no heat or water at home.

“And yet, abortion funds are begging people for money to further harm women through abortion,” she said. “There are so many better options for these women and for people who genuinely want to help people suffering in Texas.”

About half a million Texas residents and businesses still do not have power, according to CBS News.