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If They’re Surprised You’re Pro-Life

Don’t assume you know what someone thinks about abortion just because you know their background, what they think about other things, their personality, or anything else. The pro-life and pro-choice communities are both diverse.

Share your pro-life convictions with those around you. Be confident but not intimidating. Make it clear that you’re a safe person to talk to. Invite people into respectful abortion dialogue, but don’t force it or make them feel flustered.

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Our hero: I know abortion is a difficult subject, but I’d love to have a calm and reasonable conversation with you. I know we both want to help people, and we both want to do what’s right. I bet we can both learn from each other!Person 1: Pro-lifers are hypocrites who don’t care about people after they’re born. Person 2 (our hero): I’m sorry some pro-lifers have given you reason to distrust us. I agree that our concern for people shouldn’t end at birth.Person 1: I’m pro-choice because I’m liberal. Person 2 (our hero): Many liberals are pro-life. Social justice requires that we protect vulnerable members of our species, such as the poor, minorities, and the preborn.Person 1: I’m pro-choice because I’m a feminist. Person 2 (our hero): I support the equality of all people, regardless of sex, gender, or anything else. That’s actually why I’m pro-life. What does feminism mean to you?
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