by Jacqueline Hawkins
With the massive floods of people passing by the signs at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville (UTK), the “gem yield” was encouraging.
Pro-aborts actually help
GAP at UT is always fun … by that we mean froth with protest. The protesters set up just across the sidewalk, which actually pushed the passersby over toward our display as they walked to and from class. We love it when a plan comes together!
GAP activates the converted
Pro-life students came out of the woodwork to thank us and even help. Pro-life senior Federico Di Luzio was so impressed that he signed up for the Pro-Life Collegians, attended the meeting that night, and showed up the next morning to help. Brandon Hambrick was there from the start, with his gentle but strong presence. Solid as a rock in his Christian faith, he was an example to his male peers.
A philosophy teacher was approached by a female student who asked, “I’m holding a petri dish containing an embryo in one hand, and a viable fetus in the other. Which should I drop?”
The philosopher answered with a question, “Before you stands a man and a woman. Whom should you murder?”
“Neither,” replied the student. Dr. Kress answered, “Neither will I murder either of whom is in your hands.”
“Wow. I was pro-choice but I can’t look at this picture without changing my mind. This is a human being.” The young man phoned three friends and they came to the display. Each one came pro-choice, but each one left saying he had a lot to think about.
Gendercide in Bangladesh
A student reported, “I have never seen these comparisons and they interest me. In Bangladesh, abortion is illegal but I know men force abortions for gender reasons. Men want a son.”
Which is more respectful?
A student asked if our methods were respectful of the dead. CBR’s Jackie Hawkins asked which was less respectful (a) hiding the slaughter of millions while the country cheers and celebrates their demise, or (b) showing their plight so we can mourn their loss and prevent others from suffering the same fate?
Five pro-aborts came to Debbie at the Deeper Still table and told her that while they weren’t on our side, they found that the twerking, condom-pushing protesters were “too aggressive and acting stupid. They should be willing to talk to you.”