Old Man Winter pays GAP a visit at George Mason University
GAP was such a draw at George Mason University (GAP), even Old Man Winter came out to see it! He brought freezing temperatures, rain, snow, and winds gusting at more than 20 mph. Yuck. He made it hard to stand outside for very long, but we were determined to expose abortion in all its grisly reality.
Assisted by a dozen local volunteers, we endured miserable weather for three straight days (March 24- 26), too thrilled to be striking a blow on behalf of the preborn to worry about physical discomfort. (OK, the Day 1 photo at right doesn’t look so bad, but it was very cold. And it got much colder, rainier, snowier, and windier over the next 2 days.)
As always happens when GAP comes to town, the campus was saturated with literature, and conversations on the ethics of abortion could be heard continuously in the area surrounding the display and in classrooms all over. CBR’s truth truck circled the campus, ensuring that no student could miss the message.
GAP prompts thought like nothing else can. People who otherwise never think about abortion are forced to confront the issue and try to reason out what they think of decapitating and dismembering little human beings. With the image of abortion’s helpless victims staring them right in the face, it is hard to argue for the primacy of “choice”. Of course, this doesn’t stop many from trying.
About 10 or so pro-abortion protesters showed up with their own signs to “refute” the logic of the GAP display. Their presence always works to our advantage. Where else do we get the chance to engage hard-core pro-aborts, on our terms, for a protracted period of time? The enthusiasm of many young abortion supporters tends to wane under continuous exposure to powerful pro-life arguments.
And no argument is more powerful than the picture of a little human being who has been decapitated and dismembered.
[Story submitted by Jonathan Darnel of CBR Maryland.]
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