Monday, 06 December 2021

NARAL's "Outrage" Clothing Line Makes it Official: Big Abortion is Out of Ideas

Out of gift ideas for that special someone this Valentine’s Day? The abortion-promoting ghouls at NARAL have you covered.

Introducing a real-life product line called—no kidding—“Outrage,” the largest group of abortion supremacists now offer their dwindling minions a wearable way to express support for their favorite topic.

“Outrage,” which was rolled out in January to commemorate 45 years of legalized abortion on demand in the U.S., includes t-shirts, buttons, postcards and more.

Naturally, all proceeds go to increasing American abortions through Planned Parenthood and the ACLU.

The sloganeering featured on all Outrage products range from vacuous—“Believe Women”—to tasteless—the word “Abortion” framed in a heart.

Most notably, the line includes a t-shirt with "We Won't Go Back" and a coat hanger, drawing upon the myth of thousands of women dying annually from so-called "back-alley abortions" made up by founders of NARAL, including the late Bernard Nathanson, who later admitted to spreading the misinformation. In reality, 90 percent of illegal abortions carried out prior to Roe were done so by doctors, according to Planned Parenthood in 1960.

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Each, in its own way, is a perfect depiction of a bankrupt and ugly ideology that has robbed over 60 million Americans of their lives since seven men sealed their fate in Roe.

With millenials rejecting abortion more than any previous generation—a phenomenon highlighted in Thursday’s Washington Post—NARAL marketing ploy isn’t likely to buy them the traction it’s hoping for, at least not among its clear target demographic.

That’s bad news for abortion extremists, which—per usual—translates into good news for everybody else.

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Jay Hobbs

Part-time thinker, full-time husband, daddy, pastor, and baseball fan, Jay Hobbs served as editor of from its 2015 inception through the spring of 2018. Jay served on staff at Heartbeat International from 2012 to 2018, the last four of those years as Director of Communications and Marketing. Jay's writing has appeared at Newsweek, The Washington Times, The Washington ExaminerThe Federalist, The Daily Signal, The Christian Post, CNS News and The Gospel Coalition, as well as several national pro-life news outlets.

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