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By Mary Margaret Olohan, The Daily Caller News Foundation, (The Stream), July 21, 2019

Five pro-life advocates shared what they want other women to know about their abortion experiences, regrets that came from going through with the procedure, and lessons that have stuck with them as their views changed.

Former state lawmaker Alveda King, the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., media personality Corinne Kimball, Center for Urban Renewal and Education president Star Parker, writer Ally Bowlin and pro-life blogger Deanna Falchook spoke to the Daily Caller News Foundation about their abortion stories and how the experience has changed their lives.

As states like Alabama, Missouri, Ohio, Georgia and Louisiana pass stricter measures on if and when the procedure can take place, organizations such as Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union are pushing back with lawsuits.

These legislative changes continue to be met with trends like “Shout Your Abortion,” “#AbortionIsAWomansRight” and “#MyBodyMyChoice” on social media, but some women are speaking out against the idea of abortion being an empowering choice.