“Pro-Birth” is Not the Insult Abortion Supporters Want It to Be

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Over the past several months, I have dedicated significant time to monitoring National Right Life’s presence across various social media platforms, including Facebook, X (formerly known as Twitter), Instagram, Truth Social, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and a few more. I spend a few hours each day assessing our content to determine what is effective and what is not. Additionally, I monitor and respond to comments whenever possible.

That last part is an exercise in charity that tries my patience to levels I’d not experienced since I was rearing teenagers.

Some of the pro-abortion comments are filth, and I permanently delete and block the authors; others are horribly misinformed, and I try to educate those folks with a bit of a fact check. I can’t do this for long because it would become a full-time job.

There are patterns in their insults, with two phrases leading the way. One of their favorite jabs is that we hate women, to which I usually respond that NRLC and the pro-life movement, in general, are female-driven. The cognitive dissonance with some of these folks is so strong that the best thing they can do is respond to my comment with a laughing emoji—an indicator of their maturity level.

The other common slight, and the one I want to focus on, is that they call us “pro-birth.”

They seriously and earnestly believe that to be a negative label for those of us who advocate for babies and their mothers. What? I’ve seen pro-life commenters doing written gymnastics to try and get away from that term. Enough – we should embrace this language as a symbol of our unwavering commitment to the sanctity of life. Being pro-birth means honoring and advocating for the miracle of birth, recognizing it as a crucial and beautiful part of the human journey.

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We celebrate life at every stage. Our support for childbirth highlights our deep respect for the innate dignity of every human being from conception onward. We cherish the beginning of life and its potential, and we passionately advocate for the rights of the unborn.

Embracing a pro-birth perspective does not end at birth. We are dedicated to supporting mothers, children, and families before, during, and after birth. Our mission includes providing resources, education, and assistance to ensure every child and mother can thrive.

Supporting a pro-birth stance involves more than just opposing abortion. It’s about fostering a culture that values life and promotes the development of strong, supportive communities. We strive to advocate for policies and programs that offer families healthcare, education, and economic opportunities, ensuring that every child has the chance to grow up in a loving, nurturing environment.

By proudly identifying as pro-birth, we affirm our belief in the worth of every life and our commitment to creating a world where every child is welcomed and supported. We invite others to join us in this positive, life-affirming mission, working together to build a future where every life is valued, and every family has the support they need to thrive.

Lastly but most noteworthy, when pro-abortion zealots use that as a derogatory term against us, they are revealing their true beliefs and calling themselves out. After all, the opposite of birth is death – and that is precisely what they advocate for.

Visit and follow us on our platforms and help me push back on the pro-abortion keyboard “warriors.”

LifeNews.com Note: Raimundo Rojas is the director of Hispanic outreach for the National Right to Life Committee. He is a former president of Florida Right to Life and has presented the pro-life message to millions in Spanish-language media outlets. He represents NRLC at the United Nations as an NGO. Rojas was born in Santiago de las Vegas, Havana, Cuba and he and his family escaped to the United States in 1968.



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Las Vegas News Magazine

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