A Prayer for Abortionists

A Prayer for Abortionists

“Honey Badger did pray almost daily. For example, she once prayed, ‘Thank you, God, for abortionists, including late-term abortionists, because they save women’s lives. Sometimes, a fetus does not develop correctly. Often, these fetuses are spontaneously aborted — we call these natural abortions miscarriages. These abortions follow the natural laws that you, God, set up. However, sometimes a woman who should miscarry does not miscarry. For example, in her fifth month of pregnancy a woman may find out that the fetus she is carrying does not have a brain and many of its organs are outside its body when they should be inside its body. Furthermore, the woman may discover that she will die unless this fetus — that has no chance of viability — is aborted. Fortunately, you, God, work through doctors. That woman needs to go to a late-term abortionist and get an abortion to save her life. Such abortionists are heroes. The definition of a hero is a person who risks his or her life in order to help other people. Abortionists risk their lives to help other people. For example, abortionist George Tiller was murdered — in church! — because he saved the lives of women by giving them necessary, safe, and legal abortions. God, please bless abortionists and especially late-term abortionists who provide safe and legal abortions.’”

Source of Excerpt: Martina Donna Ramone, Honey Badger Goes to Hell. For mature readers. This book tells the life and times of Honey Badger, a young activist who lived a good life but was raped and murdered and decided to visit Hell before climbing the Mountain of Purgatory. Free download at


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“Why do some women wait so long? The answer is that comprehensive fetal testing, such as anatomical sonograms and ultrasounds of the heart, are typically performed just before 20 weeks of gestation. Such scans are critical for uncovering major birth defects, such as anencephaly (severe brain malformations), major heart defects, missing organs and limbs, and other severe birth defects. Fetal development is a complex process that often goes awry. Roughly 2 percent of all pregnancies are complicated by a major birth defect, and of those about 0.5 percent have a chromosomal defect, such as an extra or missing segment of normal DNA. Birth defects are a leading cause of infant mortality, and in many cases of severe birth defects, no medical treatment can salvage a fetus’s life or result in any measure of normal future health.”

Source of Excerpt: Darshak Sanghavi, “Who Has an Abortion After 20 Weeks? That’s right when my patients find out about devastating fetal defects.” Slate. 11 July 2013


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“Three weeks later, the woman from Canada calls you. She has some things she wants to tell you. It was the most tragic and terrible experience of my life, she begins. She has a son almost ready to start kindergarten, she was afraid she wouldn’t survive to raise him, and she wants to have a big family, and the situation was so crazy with the marshals and the bulletproof glass and the constant fear of a mad killer with a gun. Dr Hern was under so much pressure. She could see the stress in his face. ‘Now I’m still recovering, and still sad and still mourning, and I realise how grateful I am that Dr Hern was able to take me under such quick and terrible circumstances. That’s what gets me so upset. He’s a doctor who is trying to help people. It’s shocking that people want to hurt him.’”

Source of Extract: John H. Richardson, “The Last Abortion Doctor.” Guardian. 23 January 2010


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