New Billboards Call Abortions A ‘Blessing’

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Grace Carr Reporter

Massive pro-abortion billboards will be placed in Cleveland interstates after Ohio’s largest provider of abortions launched a campaign to change the way society thinks about abortion.

The 16 pro-abortion billboards scattered across the greater Cleveland area include the phrase “Abortion is ______,” with each board featuring a different word or phrase like “gender equality,” “a blessing,” “necessary,” “liberty,” “life-saving” and more.

“We want to push people to think about abortion in new, diverse ways with these billboards,” Preterm’s development director, Nancy Starner, said according to on Tuesday. “We want the people in our community who have had abortions to know that they’re not alone.”

She added the abortion provider largely initiated its billboard campaign in an attempt to “shift the public conversation on abortion away from the black-and-white political rhetoric.”

Preterm prides itself on providing “nonjudgmental healthcare,”per its website and encourages abortion advocates to spread the hashtags #AllOfTheAbove and #MyAbortionMyLife in support of the new billboards.

The billboard campaign comes after Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich recently signed legislation banning doctors from aborting babies testing positive for Down Syndrome. The governor signed House Bill 214 after it passed the Ohio House of Representatives in a 63-30 vote, penalizing doctors who perform abortions on unborn babies who receive a positive test for the congenital disease. (RELATED: Ohio Governor Signs Down Syndrome Abortion Ban Into Law).


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