Please Help A Pregnant Woman Have Needed Abortion due to SEVERE and FATAL Fetal Abnormalities

I’m going to keep this short and to the point. There is a woman who is facing having to give birth to a child she did want, but no longer wants to bring into this world because all that child will see is a year at most, and extreme suffering. The emotional and mental toll this would take on her or anyone with a heart would be shattering. She is looking for a late term abortion due to extreme fetal abnormalities that will sadly take its life in no more than a year, if she is forced into birth.

Because the Texas government isn’t humane enough to offer help. We need to get her to Colorado, not New Mexico- read on for why. Before I rant on, I have to post what she says about why she needs this abortion. This is what a real loving mother is. Selfless and full of love.

“As a parent,” Juliana said, “I don’t want to have my son go through that experience of seeing her, and getting to know her, and playing with her toys – and then her just dying on us a year later. That experience of having her for a year and then having to plan the funeral … It’s an experience that other parents would be okay with, but I don’t want that. I don’t want her to suffer.”

Click here to donate. Below is the story and request, any amount helps, on the goal towards getting this young woman the help she and the soon to be child need. That’s not only the moral thing to do, but the kind thing, the “non-sinful” thing, the RIGHT thing to do. It isn’t murder. Hell, let’s pretend it would be at a late stage- if it is to prevent the extreme, irreversible suffering and torment of a then infant and it’s mother and family; sometimes it’s hard to admit that “murder” can be right. BUT IT IS NOT MURDER! Just a reminder!

She is doing what a real mother would do; putting her soon to be child first!  She is putting her other children first. She is being unselfish, she is being loving and thinking of that one long year of suffrage it would endure. Her story follows. Please- Click here to donate.

Juliana is 28 years old and 27 weeks pregnant. At her second-trimester ultrasound, Juliana was told that her fetus was experiencing a serious medical complication known as kyphoscoliosis. Bones in the spine had not developed properly, twisting the shape of the neck and back. A neurosurgeon explained that due to damage to both the spinal cord and airways, Juliana’s baby would not live any longer than one year after being born, with six of those twelve months being spent in intensive care at the hospital.

Juliana and her husband sought three medical opinions before deciding to terminate the pregnancy.

“As a parent,” Juliana said, “I don’t want to have my son go through that experience of seeing her, and getting to know her, and playing with her toys – and then her just dying on us a year later. That experience of having her for a year and then having to plan the funeral … It’s an experience that other parents would be okay with, but I don’t want that. I don’t want her to suffer.”

Juliana called Fund Texas Women to ask for help with transportation and accommodations. She needs to go to Boulder, Colorado, because their second-trimester procedures operate differently than they do in New Mexico. And because her procedure will take an entire week, Juliana’s trip will cost about $2,000 in airfare and hotel stays.

Fund Texas Women wants to help Juliana to make the decision that’s best for her and for her family, just like we’ve been doing for other clients since we opened our hotline. Unfortunately, Juliana’s trip is more expensive than most, and we need your help.

Donate now to help us get Juliana to Colorado for the procedure she needs.

Juliana told Fund Texas Women that talking about this experience has been extremely important to her. “I don’t mind sharing the story because it’s real. I’ve learned that the more I talk about it, the better I feel about it. I didn’t want to regret not having her, so that’s why I talk.”

Please help Juliana make this decision a reality. We need to raise $2,000 by Friday to be able to pay for a plane ticket in time. We want to be able to tell Juliana that we can help her.

— I respect and think the world of Juliana. I hope that the universe blesses her and helps her get the MEDICAL PROCEDURE she so desperately needs.
Further, if you had a kid that was severely disabled or was only going to suffer for the entirety of their life because you wouldn’t have an abortion because, as you Anti’s want to believe, it is “murder” (it’s not, as a reminder). To say it would be ‘immoral’ or wrong to have an abortion is bad and disgusting enough; but it just proves how sickening these Anti’s are, how low they are, to resort to wanting a mother and woman to suffer as she watches her new infant die for a year, if that. Sorry, that is just the blunt reality.

I know without a doubt she didn’t make this choice with her family in a second. It was probably the hardest choice she ever had to make. But it’s not your place to judge her or… anyone, for that matter.

I think the belief that women “must have babies” is not only sick but massively selfish; ESPECIALLY when you are punishing TWO lives. Once birth is given, that baby now is going to have to suffer and so is the mother. To force a baby to live just to suffer and die in a year or less because you want a baby but hide behind the Christian lies and try to look down at everyone else, is, no matter what kind of life he or she would have, purely a disgrace to this world. No one should have to suffer if possible; and it should be the mother whom chooses what is best for the fetus she is carrying, and the FUTURE it will have. If it has one at all.

Again… I beg you. Click here to donate.

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