NEW YORK, May 14, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Rozanda "Chilli" Thomas, better known as a member of the successful 1990s hip-hop trio TLC, has joined a growing number of women and men who have come forward with horrendous stories of post-abortion grief. In a recent interview, the singer revealed that an abortion that she got when she was 20 years old “broke my spirit,” and robbed her of her "strong self."
The singer discussed her abortion on the May 9 episode of the VH1 reality TV series "What Chilli Wants," which follows the singer as she seeks help to establish a long-lasting relationship. Prompted to discuss her first relationship, with producer Dallas Austin, Thomas recounted her emotions upon realizing that she was pregnant for the first time at 20 years old.
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Ms. Thomas is only one of a legion of women (and men) who have come out and described the horrible effect of abortion on their emotions. It's abundantly clear that abortion is not "empowering" in the slightest sense; rather, it is a cause of soul-rending emotional grief. Yet, the abortion lobby refuses to acknowledge this and continues to push this senseless slaughter on our country; they simply refuse to see the suffering of these women and men, who are just as much victims of abortion as the babies who are murdered.
Please pray for Ms. Thomas, and all those affected by post-abortion grief, and pray for an end to this abomination of abortion.