You've likely seen many videos about Planned Parenthood that tell exposing horror stories about the abortion giant, but many are written off as biased, or "heavily edited." This latest one by Apologia Studios, however, takes a story from a source that can't be dismissed with accusations of bias.
The women's website Sheologians received a testimony in an email from a woman who tells her heart-wrenching tale of being raped, becoming pregnant and going to the place she had been told all her life to go to when seeking help with an unplanned pregnancy.
The video is read by a woman named Summer White, who reads the email as if she was the one who wrote it. After reading the woman's words about her rape, she says that she was certain that Planned Parenthood would provide what was necessary for prenatal care, counseling, and — not abortion — but information for adoption agencies.
"That's not what I found," reads White.
She reads that the woman was "bracing myself for the attack of the evil Christian radical," but instead found people who simply wanted to offer to pray with her. She ignored them, having decided not to go into Planned Parenthood for an abortion, but deciding to give the baby up for adoption.
After turning in the paperwork that indicated she was choosing adoption, that's when the woman says "everything changed." She was ignored for around an hour, and completely overlooked by the staff. When she was finally brought into an examination room, the Planned Parenthood examiner pushed her not to choose adoption, but abortion instead.
"She kept telling me about my rights. About how empowered I would feel. How I would be taking control of my own body, and taking back what had been taken from me," reads White.
"They wouldn't offer me an ultrasound," she continued. "Counseling was only for those getting an abortion."
The woman continued to ask about adoption options, but was ignored. She was then told that her baby would likely grow up to be a drug user, or a rapist. She was told that her baby, having been conceived from rape would be harder to adopt. That no one would want her baby.
Not giving in, they sent her home with a supply of condoms and oral birth control. She later filed a complaint with Planned Parenthood, but never heard back.
It wasn't until she went to a Christian pregnancy crisis center that she began to receive the necessary care for she and her child, and help with adoption. White reads how they would call her regularly, provide ultrasounds and provide counseling. Sadly, the story ends tragically, with the woman having a miscarriage after she had found a family that could adopt her.
Even afterward, an ultrasound tech from the Christian crisis center was there at the hospital with the woman to cover all of her postnatal care.
Watch the video below: