If We Want to Be Pro-Life We Need to Change How/Why We Talk About Sex

To be pro-life you have to look at the entirety of the conversation. We’re not going to change the way women choose life if we don’t change the way we talk about sex and purity in the Church.

Katie Gregoire is a YouTuber who finally came out about her frustrations with her youth group experiences. Now we want to be clear that not all Churches use these analogies or talk about purity this way, not to mention the topic of sex isn’t exactly easy to discuss with a bunch of hormonal teenagers, but it’s something we need to grow in.

Take a few minutes and listen to how Katie is changing the narrative of what it means to be “pure” and who you really need to be saving yourself for:


We hope this article enlightened and inspired you to stand up for life.

Despite the overturning of Roe v. Wade, abortions are still prevalent in our nation. As a response to the overturning, the media: from the news to entertainment sources to even political figures and celebrities, have pushed abortion as an ongoing agenda, shaping the way this generation thinks and acts. Misinformation is being spread every day, and people are sadly believing the lies.

Our articles and stories aim to tell one thing: the truth.

We know that it is both a blessing and a challenge to understand the reality of abortion, because knowledge incites belief, and belief incites action. But we’re in this together. We believe that we can make abortion unthinkable.

With your support, we look forward to a future where young women are empowered to fight for their own rights: a right to bring life into the world, to be fearless leaders, to be examples of hope, strength, and undeterred resilience. We look forward to a future where life can happen.

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We aim to create a culture that views “pro-life” as equivalent to having empathy and compassion, providing holistic care (before and beyond pregnancy) and education, and most importantly, choosing to speak and act in love. We are pro-life, pro-love, pro-woman, pro-solution.

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