(LIFENEWS) – Abortion activists and many in the media are applauding actress Uma Thurman for writing publicly about her abortion. Her story, they claimed, supported abortion. But if they had taken a closer look, it revealed something else: heartbreak, pain, and tragedy.
On Sept. 21, the Washington Post published an opinion piece with the headline reading “Uma Thurman: The Texas abortion law is a human rights crisis for American women.” Inside, the 51-year-old actress reacted to the new state law limiting abortion “with great sadness, and something akin to horror.” But she spent most of her time telling her own abortion story.
Her abortion was the “path to the life full of joy and love that I have experienced,” she wrote, and it “allowed me to grow up and become the mother I wanted and needed to be.” It also broke her.
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