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I saw body parts floating

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I saw body parts floating

I was 22, it was 1972, and abortions were legal in New York. I lived in Vermont. My boyfriend, who was 24, wanted me to have an abortion. I was unsure.

It was gruesome. I looked over and could see body parts floating in a sea of blood. I was only 10 weeks pregnant, but could see the body parts. The canister was right next to my head. I screamed and screamed. The nurse covered it. Nobody seemed to understand I really didn't want to go through with it.

I did become a Christian (Born-Again) when I was 25, and that did ease my pain, because I know God has forgiven me.

It changed my life forever. I could never look at children after that without crying.


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