Episode 18: The Handmaid’s Tale and Other Pro-Life Stereotypes

The Handmaid’s Tale, written by Margaret Atwood and recently adapted into a TV series on HULU, has in recent years inspired abortion activists to adopt bright red cloaks and white bonnets when protesting pro-life events and marches (in many ways a welcome change from the previous habit of showing up topless…). Join Cam and Pieter as they discuss the book and the themes that abortion advocates have inaccurately associated with the pro-life worldview and the growing movement that seeks to ensure all humans receive the fundamental right to life. The guys will also correct other stereotypes that pro-lifers are often accused of, and share how to respond when people bring them up during conversations about abortion.

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