As current laws stand, an abortionist and his staff can tell a woman anything to get her to have an abortion. In fact, they put a lot of pressure on her to have that abortion. They do not, as a rule, give any actual information regarding stage of fetal development or how much pain the fetus suffers during the murder procedure. However, they do tell a lot of lies—for instance, that there is nothing but a “clump of cells” and referring to the baby consistently as a “product of conception.”
This pressure starts long before pregnancy occurs. Planned Parenthood has a decades-long running advertising campaign conducted in high schools under the guise of reproductive education.
The abortion industry also keeps repeating the mantra that somehow, abortion is about women’s rights. How it enables women’s rights is a mystery, one that they never explain. But young women fairly predictably fall for it.
Laws such as those requiring ultra-sounds, waiting periods, etc., are meant to reduce the impact of the high-pressure sales tactics that abortionists employ to ensure that any woman entering their facility will make one “choice”, and one “choice” only. Only abortionists are exempt from full disclosure about their practices; if you seek any kind of actual legitimate medical care, the doctor is required to explain the care to you, its risks, and you have to sign an agreement that you understand. I’m certain that abortionists also have their clients sign agreements, but the agreements in this case are as untruthful as anything else the abortionist tell their clients.
I would agree that the education should start long before a woman makes that decision to get pregnant with a child she intends to terminate. The abortion industry agrees also, which is why they start their sales campaigns while girls are in high school, while many are still virgins. Our challenge is to stop that early ad campaign, and to really educate women and young girls.
The first point of education, IMO, is to get them to understand that the abortionist is NOT their friend. Someone who can murder babies without a second thought would murder anyone just as easily, if they could get away with it—because they don’t respect human life.