The Fruits of Abortion
Death, Gender Ideology & the Erasure of Women
Using multimedia and examples from history and popular culture, Rachel takes her audience on an eye-opening and entertaining journey to understand where feminism went wrong and how the movement’s most central cause, abortion, has not only led to millions of innocent deaths but is the root of gender ideology and the current epidemic of sexual confusion. Ironically, feminism, which was supposed to elevate the status of women, is leading to the erasure of women, undermining our gender and our unique and irreplicable contributions to humanity.
Rachel also explains the racist roots of abortion and the uncanny parallels between the abolitionist movement and the modern pro-life movement, the greatest human rights cause of our time. Rachel gives an honest and unflinching analysis and indictment of the cultural consequences of abortion, but she also celebrates our movement’s considerable victories and shares her optimism for a pro-life future for America.
“After years of preaching that gender is merely a social construct, feminists find themselves in the totally weird position of not being able to stand up for women’s sports – something women fought very hard for. “
“These are questions about what it fundamentally means to be a woman and what the feminist movement has done through their radical abortion agenda to erase rather than elevate and celebrate women and our unique and powerful contributions to the continuation of the human race.”
“Today, being pro-life means making the case for our gender and motherhood itself. We live in an anti-child, anti-family culture that tells young women to forgo motherhood for career, for the sake of the climate or convenience. Today, celebrating motherhood isn’t just counter cultural. It’s subversive and downright revolutionary.”
“Abortion has divided America for the same grave moral reasons that slavery divided America. In both cases, the powerful want to decide who is sufficiently human to have rights.”
“You are the Harriet Tubmans and the abolitionists of our time. You have dedicated yourselves to providing women with love and a safe passage from the darkness of abortion to the light that comes from giving life.”