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Abortion Industry Quitter of the Month: Bethany Engel

EXTREME FINANCIAL INSTABILITY MADE ME TAKE THE JOB. After my divorce, I moved in with a man who seemed to be the right one, finally, only to find out that he was wrong in every way. Selling drugs while telling me he was financially buttoned up, when in fact his house...

Abortion Industry Quitter of the Month: Vanessa

RIGHT AWAY, THERE WERE PLENTY OF REASONS TO FEEL UNEASY about the women’s clinic where I worked in North Carolina. The owner lived in the clinic and came out of her room every couple of days, disoriented by drugs of some sort, presumably sleeping pills. She would slur...

Abortion Industry Quitter of the Month: Margie Gintoli

I remember the dirty street corner in New York City very well on that cold November day in 1973, and the feeling of being scared for what I was about to do. My 17-year-old boyfriend and his buddy had picked me up early in the morning at the house of a girlfriend I...

Abortion Industry Quitter of the Month: Alicia Davis

THE NUMBER OF DANGERS—AND MAYBE EVEN CRIMES—perpetrated against the women of our community in Charlotte, North Carolina by the owner of the reproductive clinic where I worked are staggering. I watched, along with my coworkers, as she facilitated abortions for minors...

Abortion Industry Quitter of the Month: Sue Thayer

*Note: The stories shared by And Then There Were None about the courageous Quitters of the abortion industry are deep, personal, and sometimes very raw testimonials of the lives of those who have worked behind the scenes of abortion and have come out on the other...

Abortion Industry Quitter of the Month: Annette Lopez

Annette Lopez with Dave Franco I LIKED WHAT I DID FOR A LIVING. Between 2005 and 2010 I was working for the Planned Parenthood Los Angeles Teen Center seeking out schools and organizations that would allow me and the other educators in the office to make presentations...