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Abortion Industry Quitter of the Month: Noemi Padilla

The tragedy of working at the women’s clinic is how slowly but surely they took me away from me. It’s slow enough that you can’t see it coming, and slow enough to put the fear of God in you with the eventual realization that the person you’ve become is now the real...

Abortion Industry Quitter of the Month: Myra Neyer

Myra Neyer with Dave Franco The day that I heard my coworker gasp loudly was a fateful one. I was just outside the room where she was performing an ultrasound on a young, shy, petite black girl. Wondering what would make her react that way, I ran in to find her with...

Abortion Industry Quitter of the Month: Priscilla Hurley

Priscilla Hurley with Dave Franco I WAS 25 YEARS OLD WHEN MY BOYFRIEND BEGAN PUSHING ME TO SEE A DOCTOR and take care of a little mistake we had made. I did not want to do that. But he was a law student pursuing his dream career, and a real catch, I thought. I was in...

Abortion Industry Quitter of the Month: Julie Wilkinson

Julie Wilkinson with Dave Franco I FELT CERTAIN THAT THE REASON why I was able to take the job at a Boulder, Colorado abortion clinic was because I was raised by parents who were enthusiastically pro-choice. My dad, a physician, and my mom, a nurse, were a liberal...

Abortion Industry Quitter of the Month: Caroline

Caroline with Dave Franco IF I HAD TO CHOOSE THE MOMENT the Enemy began to lose his grip on me, it was during my pregnancy with my daughter. I was glowing as life grew within me and loved all the body changes that accompanied. I had been working for Planned Parenthood...

Abortion Industry Quitter of the Month: Kelly

Kelly with Dave Franco  The beginning of the end of my employment with an abortion clinic in Richmond, Virginia began with a conversation. “Kelly, make sure you take care of the magazines in the waiting room.” I knew exactly what my boss meant by “taking care” of the...