Post-Abortive Father: “People need to have the courage to stand up and be brave enough to talk about it”
Save the Storks releases Episode 2 of 6 in its Father’s Day social media video series #ChooseFatherhood, asks men to share abortion stories ANONYMOUSLY at SaveTheStorks.com/ChooseFatherhood
(Colorado Springs, CO—June 13, 2018 | TruthPR.com) Save the Storks, a pro-life organization partnering with pregnancy resource centers to empower women with choice during pregnancy, has captured the imagination of millions with its innovative fleet of luxury mobile medical vehicles, known as Stork buses. To date, Save the Storks has helped build 43 buses, with over 4,000 women choosing to keep their babies
Today, Save the Storks is releasing the 2nd of 6 Episodes in its Father’s Day social video series #ChooseFatherhood where men are—for the first time— breaking their silence and sharing personal abortion stories.
“Today’s video features one of the millions of men who’ve suffered in silence from a past abortion. He’s not alone. His story is not unique. He decided it was time to share and talk about an incident in his life that’s haunted him for decades. We salute his bravery and courage and absolute transparency. There’s no doubt his story is going to help other men to step forward and share their own. Men can’t be silenced any longer. The conversations must begin. It starts with one,” said Victoria Robinson, Director of External Relations at Save the Storks.
#ChooseFatherhood: Sharing Untold Stories
- Save the Storks has created a website where men can ANONYMOUSLY share their stories at com/ChooseFatherhood
- Save the Storks is releasing 6 episodes featuring men’s abortion stories through Father’s Day, June 17th.
- In social media, each video is posted on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.
SAVE THE STORKS is a pro-life organization partnering with pregnancy resource centers to empower women with choice during pregnancy. The organization has captured the imagination of millions with its innovative fleet of luxury mobile medical vehicles, known as the Stork Bus. To date, Save the Storks has helped fund 43 buses, with over 4,000 women choosing to keep their babies.