Liberal magazine writer ‘grateful’ for abortion on Thanksgiving

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As Americans gather around the dinner table with loved ones this Thanksgiving, a liberal magazine has shared stories from women who say they’re grateful for abortion.

The Nation is published The article is Thursday morning Titled “We’re Grateful for Our Abortions.” In it, author Nikia Natale interviews women who say abortions (in some cases multiple) have given them opportunities in life that they wouldn’t have had otherwise.

McKayla Wolf, left, and Karen Wolf, right, shake hands during a march for abortion rights at the Capitol in St. Paul, Minn., Sunday, July 17, 2022. (Jerry Holt/Star Tribune via Getty Images)
(Jerry Holt/Star Tribune)

The author counters those who say they’re pro-choice, but that abortion shouldn’t be celebrated, insisting she’s grateful for “both of my abortions.” She says her miscarriage allowed her to plan the pregnancy and have a child on her own terms.

Another New Jersey woman tells her that having multiple abortions allowed her to finish college and start a small business.

“I’m deeply grateful that I was able to make a decision that was good for me,” she says.

Another woman from Virginia said she was so grateful for safe abortion care that she returned to the clinic two weeks later and applied for a job. She told staff she wanted to be “someone’s person” to help patients conflicted about the “stigma against multiple abortions.”

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“From then on I realized that I needed to celebrate my life, my abortion and how grateful I was for each of my abortions,” she lamented: “Why can’t there be an abortion narrative where people are happy, had choices, and they Did you create the life you wanted?”

Another Los Angeles woman said she had two miscarriages — one due to a toxic relationship and the other after her first child, when she realized “the full-time responsibility and economic impact of raising children.”

A group of anti-abortion protesters crash the Women’s March Action Rally for Reproductive Rights at Mariachi Plaza in Los Angeles, California on October 8, 2022.
(David McNew/AFP via Getty Images)

A Texas woman says she had her first miscarriage at age 21 and her second miscarriage eight years later when she became pregnant. She says that even though her first miscarriage gave her an opportunity she wouldn’t have had otherwise, she still didn’t want to be a parent.

“I struggled through morning sickness and realized that part of me still believed that abortion should be justified,” she says.

Women share advice on how to break the news to loved ones who may be pro-life. One says it’s best not to worry about “being gentle with others and focusing more on believing in yourself.”

Abortion has loomed large in the national discussion since the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision in late June, the landmark 1973 ruling, Roe v. Wade, that legalized abortion at the federal level.

The Democratic Party lacks the power to enshrine abortion rights into federal law, losing the House of Representatives to Republicans. It allows states to navigate the abortion debate and rework the patchwork of laws launched since Roe.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Liberal magazine writer ‘grateful’ for abortion on Thanksgiving

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