"There's one thing that both anti-abortion and abortion-rights activists agree on. A shift is underway in Europe..." - NBC News
In a recent article, Cassandra Vinograd of NBC, covers our links to the U.S. and gives a great deal of space to Gregg Cunningham, the founder of CBR US who eloquently explains why we do what we do.
At least Cassandra and her editors, despite their personal views, possess the journalistic integrity to show their readers why there are calls for buffer zones, by including the graphic abortion images in their report.
The exposure of abortion is turning the tide.
Volunteers on our displays are observing a sea change in public opinion.
That isn't to say everyone who comes across us is pleased to see us of course. But when a passerby gets angry about seeing abortion we can politely ask them (where appropriate), "If abortion is such a noble choice/socially responsible act, then why do pictures of it make you so angry?"
It isn't the initial reaction by which we determine whether a display was successful or not. We are merely sowing seeds. Every time we expose the truth of what abortion does, it stops the pretending that abortion is a good "Choice" or "Healthcare"; minds are changed and lives are saved.