A 29-year-old lady and Twitter user @NickyRose_ who took a walk down the memory lane, recounted how she was forced to have an abortion at 15 by her born again parents. According to the lady, 14 years later, she is still suffering from the trauma and wants to heal.
According to the lady who disclosed that her dad was a Pastor and her mom a deaconess, she felt the need to share her abortion story so she can let go of her anger. Her tweets reads;
This is coming after it was reported that a teenager sued for the right to have her baby, after being told by her parents she would not be allowed to continue her pregnancy. Both pro-life and pro-choice advocates expressed dismay over the situation in Texas, in which the 16 year old girl’s mother and father allegedly used threats and coercion to attempt to force her to obtain an abortion.
It was gathered that a judge granted a temporary restraining order to the girl, whose name was not revealed to the public in court documents because she is a minor. The girl, who was nine weeks pregnant when she told her parents about the pregnancy, had been living with her grandmother for several months beforehand.
While abortion clinics will not perform an abortion on an unwilling patient, regardless of whether their parents believe they should obtain an abortion, the girl in this case was still frightened. According to her court testimony, her mother and her paternal grandparents actually discussed “slipping” an abortion pill into the girl’s food or drink in order to cause a miscarriage.
The girl’s parents told her that having an abortion was her “only option,” according to allegations made in obtaining the temporary restraining order. Because she refused to agree to an abortion, her parents allegedly kept her out of school and took her car. They also began a campaign of harassment against the father of the girl’s unborn child and repeatedly threatened them, according to court documents. According to laws in Texas and many other states, minors who want to obtain abortions have to obtain parental consent except in very limited cases.