The Canadian pro-life organization Choice42 is well known for its humorous videos poking fun at pro-abortion arguments.
Now, the organization has taken its creative talents down a different avenue with a powerful new video that encourages mothers to choose life for their babies.
Christianity Daily reports the short, animated video specifically addresses pregnant women who are afraid and unsure about what to do.
“So you’re pregnant. You didn’t plan this; you didn’t want it, and now you have a choice to make. Take a breath,” the narrator begins. “You can do this. I’m going to be real with you, though. The choices our society and the media are going to present you with are not all equal.”
Some people will tell women, pressure them even, to abort their unborn babies, but “you’re the only one who can protect this child,” the narrator continues.
“For whatever reason, this baby was given to you. You were chosen to be this child’s mother, and, no matter what’s going on in your life, you can rise up and take this on,” the narrator adds.
The narrator tells women that they are strong and capable, and they can be mothers, despite what the world claims. The video also reassures women that people are eager to help them and their babies when they need it; they only need to reach out.
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According to the report, the video quickly went viral on social media, reaching more than 200,000 views in less than 12 hours on Facebook. Choice 42 posted the video over Memorial Day weekend.
The mission of Choice42 is to raise awareness about the humanity of unborn babies and to provide support to women facing unplanned pregnancies. The Canadian organization also offers resources to post-abortive women.
Its videos have attracted international attention for years. Its popular “Just Saying” series features a pink-haired lady responding to some of the “most irritating and irrational arguments out there” about abortion. Videos include “No Uterus, No Say” and “The Magical Birth Canal.” The videos have amassed hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube.