Earlier this week, a Planned Parenthood affiliate in Pennsylvania called for “a disney princess who’s had an abortion” on Twitter:
We need a disney princess who’s had an abortion
We need a disney princess who’s pro-choice
We need a disney princess who’s an undocumented immigrant
We need a disney princess who’s actually a union worker
We need a disney princess who’s trans
The tweet was quickly taken down, but Deanna Falchook, a former singer and dancer at Disneyworld in California, responded with a heartbreaking personal story:
At the age of 18, I became pregnant and had an abortion to keep my job as a singing princess. There was no pressure from the company or management to abort my baby. I didn’t tell them. But I made a decision on my own that I quickly lived to regret.
In the immediate days following my abortion, I struggled deeply. I continued to sing songs in front of the castle about dreams coming true, but eventually had to quit my dream job due to my inability to reconcile my decision within myself. I wanted to die.
Eventually, I found healing. It was an arduous struggle to navigate my personal grief. But by the grace of God, I am living an amazing life.
Now, Falchook and her husband not only have two children of their own, but they have adopted five children from around the world.
She refutes Planned Parenthood’s agenda in one sentence: “Abortion doesn’t empower.”
And Falchook is right. Planned Parenthood’s abortion business doesn’t just end the lives of over 300,000 innocent babies every year; the overall abortion industry is complicit in providing cover for sex trafficking and rampant exploitation connected to the pornography business.
The abortion giant deleted the tweet above after even its own supporters found the content distasteful and claimed the point might not have been “appropriate.” However, Planned Parenthood’s mistake was not a matter of appropriateness, but a matter of revealing its true agenda of normalizing abortion in the minds of young people.
Sadly, that’s an agenda that many corporations have no problem supporting with the dollars you spend. For the complete list, make sure you see our list of companies that directly fund Planned Parenthood here.