Women Rally Against Abortion

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Updated: 1/24/2013 7:01 pm
Nearly a dozen women gathered at Phoenix Park in Lexington Thursday to discuss regretting their abortions.

The women are part of the "Silent No More Awareness Campaign." The women said they wanted to share their abortion stories with the world to let other women know that the effects of an abortion last a lifetime.

"This is something that you have to live with for the rest of your life, there's going to be sometime physical trauma, emotional trauma, and spiritual trauma. It's not a simple procedure that you will just forget. It will live with you for the rest of your life," said Kathy Rutledge, the leader of the "Silent No More Awareness Campaign" in Kentucky.

The campaign is a worldwide initiative.
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SS Cmmdr Raus - 1/25/2013 2:11 AM
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I think women should have the right to an abortion.But not over and over.Should also though need good counseling about maybe to have the kid and give up for adoption.But it should be the womans decision in the final matter.People from the Religious angle should stay the Hell out it.I believe in rein-carnation so if God puts a being in a woman and it is aborted that being will find a new home.I do not know if that being will pick up any negative thinking in it's future being born from the experience of being aborted.But seems if karma (not sure about that) is then it would.
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