Live Action interviewed former Planned Parenthood center managers, Ramona Trevino and Sue Thayer, who talked about how disillusioned they were when they worked at Planned Parenthood and found out that most centers didn’t offer OB/GYN, prenatal, and other basic health care services to women.
« There was always a voice in my head telling me that I could have an abortion and it would fix everything. The truth is, choosing life fixed everything. I’m thankful every day that I didn’t buy into the lie. »
« I just assumed since Planned Parenthood claimed to be a women’s health clinic that they could offer me the care I was in need of. The representative on the other end of the phone rudely responded that Planned Parenthood did not provide that care. »
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If Planned Parenthood’s services were actually only 3 percent of what it does, it would be financially beneficial for the abortion corporation to cease abortions in Texas and, instead, provide women’s health care. However, the truth is that abortion is Planned Parenthood’s focus.
« It is to tell you that if you end up with an unplanned/unwanted pregnancy, you do have a choice. That choice does not have to end with abortion. I wasn’t just another abortion statistic, and you don’t have to be one, either. »
Live Action President Lila Rose spoke with former Planned Parenthood manager Sue Thayer, who explained how her facility had quotas for abortion referrals. It was such a priority that Thayer explained how they tried to schedule an abortion for the woman while she was still at the facility.