Wednesday, December 9, 2020

November Recap



Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!  In November Kelsey virtually presented the "Secular Case Against Abortion" to students at the Ave Maria School of Law and the University of Georgia. Continuing her role as a mentor to pro-life high school students, Kelsey also advised a recent meeting of the Students for Life of America Stevens Fellows.

Terrisa has been running social media for the campaign against New Jersey's S3030. This awful bill would do to New Jersey what has already been done to New York, expanding abortion in the state to until birth, threatening fully viable babies with poisoning or dismemberment for even the most flimsy of medical reasons. If you live in New Jersey, be sure to contact your state representative and senator and tell them to reject S3030.  

Terrisa also was featured in an article by Ireland-based The Minimise Project on her secular journey to the pro-life view.  

Oh, yes, and Terrisa got arrested while protesting fetal organ harvesting at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital.

We gained 156 new followers, bringing us to 13,529 total. We sent 40 tweets, which were viewed 177,700 times. Over 11,000 people viewed this tweet linking to our gallery of testimonies from people who grew up in foster care, in poverty, or with disabilities and who value their lives.

Original tweet here.
In November we reached 33,709 followers.  Our content was viewed over 266,000 times, including 16,207 views of another one of Monica's fantastic red-ink takedowns of a pro-choice meme. 

Seriously, just take like 5 seconds. Enjoy more of Monica's fixed memes here.  

Our three most-read blog posts for November in increasing order:If you have something to say about abortion from a secular perspective, we want to hear it!  Guest posts help us cover a more diverse range of perspectives, topics, and experiences. If you have a piece you'd like to be considered for posting, please email us at

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