#ShoutYourAbortion Founder Announces Children’s Book, Shares Video Talking to KIDS About Why She Loves Abortions

Amelia Bonow, the founder of the vile #ShoutYourAbortion campaign, has announced that she is making a children’s book about killing your unborn baby and included a video of herself preaching the joy of abortion to kids along with her announcement.

The pro-abortion activist’s shocking video was entitled, “Kids Meet Someone Who Has Had an Abortion.” The video is part of the of “Kids Meet” series run by the Seattle-based HiHo Kids.

The #ShoutYourAbortion campaign encouraged women to post positive stories about their abortions online to “destigmatize” the action.

In one segment, Bonow is telling a young girl about her own abortion and the child asks her what happened. The woman explains that her partner was not wearing a condom.


“Why wasn’t he wearing a condom?” the wise child asked.

Another child asked if she was “being reckless at the time.” Bonow responded by saying that she wouldn’t say she was “reckless” and that mistakes just happen. The young boy reminds the woman that adoption is always an option.

“I feel like if I am forced to create life, I have lost the right to my own life,” responded Bonow.  “I should be the one to decide if my body creates a life. Even if you are giving a kid up for adoption, you still like have a kid out there somewhere.”

Bonow then questioned his religion, and he told her that he believes in God. She told him that she believes abortion is “all part of God’s plan.”

The activist also attempted to convince a young girl that getting an abortion is like a “crappy dentist appointment.”

“You go to the doctor and they put this little straw inside of your cervix, and then inside of your uterus and they just suck the pregnancy out. It was like a crappy dentist appointment or something. It was just like, blah — a body thing that was kind of uncomfortable but then it was over and I felt really just grateful that I wasn’t pregnant anymore.”

Bonow also complained about the pro-life movement to the children, implying that it is just white males who want to protect the unborn.

The Christian Post noted however that “contrary to Bonow’s assertion, several of the prominent pro-life advocacy groups lobbying for restriction to abortion are led by females, such as Susan B. Anthony List, Concerned Women for America, March for Life and National Right to Life.”

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