Former Clinic Worker Describes Stigma

 “After you work at Planned Parenthood, you’re set apart.  It’s a stigma.  As a single parent it’s lonely… people look at you differently.  The medical community does too.  Planned Parenthood makes you feel like you’re stuck there because you’ve been involved with abortion… When I left Planned Parenthood, I never wanted to think about it again.  It worked for a few years, but eventually I went out to pray during 40 Days for Life.  I figured after that I’d be done, but God has more in store for me.”

Mary, former clinic worker

And Then There Were None

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Sarah is a member of the board of The Pro-life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians.
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