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This group is open to anybody who stand up for lives of the unborn. We believe those unborn children deserve their life. We also believe in each family deserves full supports, needs, and loves without abortion. The group, Pro-LifeDeviants, fully supports non-traditional pro-lifers, regardless of nationality, political party, race, age, gender, religion, or a lack of belief. We are well aware that the majority pro-life is pro-GOP, Republicans, conservatives, Christians, against birth controls, against sex education, and so on.

Importantly noted: please do not make any personal attack as this group supports equality that no one should exclude anybody.

We also welcome pro-choicers here as long as no one make a finger waving against each other.

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:heart::pointr: Secular Arguments for Pro-Life
This folder is for secular arguments only, which means no comic, please. It has to be well written deviation that will support your pro-life view without taunting pro-choicers or the pro-choice movement. You will must to explain why you're pro-life, or what reasons you disagree with their pro-choice views. Strawman argument, provoking people to anger, or any impolite deviation will not help your pro-life views.
SUB-FOLDER: History: If your deviation(s) is/are about the history of abortion, adoption, parenting, orphanage, or similar topics, please post yours to History Folder.

:heart::pointr: Pro-Life Feminists
This is for feminists who hold pro-life beliefs that where you can submit the folder without worrying about your arts are easily denied by pro-choice feminism dA groups.

:rose::pointr: Literature, Poetry, and Comic
This folder is for literature only, and any comic art is acceptable.
SUB-FOLDER: Journals: This folder is for journals only. We accept any journal entry if it is pro-life news, discussing opinions, advice, or anything. But, it has to be related to pro-life, pro-choice, adoption, abortion, or parenting only.

:heart::pointr: Christianity and Abortion
This folder is for Christians who believe in God is truly pro-life. Any deviation could be Catholic, Lutheran, Baptist, Protestant, or any kind of Christian beliefs, so your arts could be artistic pictures and/or well written proses.
SUB-FOLDER: Non-Traditional Pro-Life: This folder is for any pro-lifer who do not always agree with conservative Christians and their religious beliefs. Please keep in that mind, they're still part of the pro-life minority. That means this folder will not accept if it is proselytizing of religious beliefs, conversing, preaching, praying for non-Christians, or any kind of harassment. We are expected to see everyone respect their arts and our deviants here. Please and thank you.

:rose::pointr: Traditional and Digital Arts
This folder is for both traditional and digital deviations.

:heart::pointr: Banners
This folder is for banners, posters, commercial pictures, or else. We make it clear that we do not accept demotivational or motivational images. (Please see the Submission Guildeline for more information, thank you.)
SUB-FOLDER: Stamps: This folder is pretty self-explanation.

:rose::pointr: Photography
This folder is for photography only. It can be artistic or not, anything is related to photos that will be fine.

:heart::pointr: Non-Abortion Related
This folder is for not related to pro-life, pro-choice, or abortion. It could be another subjects or hot topics; food health, sex safe, animals rights versus animals welfare, for and against declawing, and others.

Recent Journal Entries

via Secular ProLife

7 things pro-lifers wish our pro-choice friends understood about us.

Here's the article's "table of contents":

1. We're so much more than a bunch of old straight religious white Republican men.

I actually think that anyone who is (a) intellectually honest and (b) paying enough attention probably already realizes this, so I am going to go through these misconceptions kind of quickly and move on to the less known issues. [See the blog for more information.]

2. We're not anti-woman.
This accusation actually comes in two forms.

2a. Anti-woman motivations. The first and more common form is that pro-lifers are against abortion because we don’t respect or like women. That is, our misogyny motivates us to try to control women’s bodies, choices, and lives. [See the blog for more information.]

3. We're pro-contraception.
I can understand why people would get the impression that if I am anti-abortion I must be anti-contraception. There are plenty of pro-life organizations and leaders who are openly anti-contraception, and if you aren’t very involved in a given political movement, it’s easy to assume after a cursory glance that the most prominent activists represent the majority of the movement. [See the blog for more information.]

4. We like sex.
4a. The “anti-sex” accusation stems mostly from our different views of fetal life, not our different views of sex.

There are a lot of different reasons people are pro-choice.  I think most pro-choicers empathize with the very difficult position an unplanned pregnancy can put a woman in, and many are concerned about protecting bodily rights.

But it also seems some people advocate for abortion primarily based on sex. That is, they think people ought to be able to have sex lives unhindered by potential procreation. [See the blog for more information.]

5. We experience unplanned pregnancies too.
…but no, that doesn’t automatically mean we turn pro-choice.

Some pro-choicers seem to think we are only anti-abortion because we just don’t understand how frightening and life-changing an unplanned pregnancy can be, and that if we were to be put in that difficult position, we’d choose abortion too. [See the blog for more information.]

6. Many of us are post-abortive.
…and converted to the pro-life side for that very reason.

This is really an extension of the previous point. Pro-choicers seem to think the pro-life movement is made up of people with no experience: no relationship problems, health issues, financial hardships, postponed education, complicated careers, and, above all, crisis pregnancies. They seem to think someone would only be against abortion if they were out of touch with life’s hardships and naively idealistic about how people should handle crises. [See the blog for more information.]

7. We care about what happens to the child after birth.
7a. But first, this accusation is nonsensical.

We’re against abortion because we think it should generally be illegal to kill people. By “people” we mean morally relevant human beings, which of course is how we see the fetus. We get you don’t agree, and that’s really the crux of the debate.

But understand that, from our perspective, saying we can’t be anti-abortion until we’ve solved problems like child poverty or a messed up foster care system is as ridiculous to our ears as if you said we can’t speak out against child abuse unless we are going to adopt all abused children. Does anyone actually believe that? Would you argue people can’t condemn child marriage unless they will personally pay off the child’s family debts? People can’t say slaves should be freed unless they’re prepared to personally house and employ all the newly emancipated? Suggesting people can’t call out human rights violations unless they personally have the resources to absorb all impact is just a terrible precedent. [See the blog for more information.]

(Read more...)
Let's start a hash tag revolution, y'all! Our mothers do not and did not have the right of life and death over us. We have as much value as our mothers.

I'm pretty sure that most of you guys already know what's going on for this month. If you're going to there, stay warm and safe! I hope you have a great time in there on January 22nd.

(via Live Action News)

The March for Life Education & Defense Fund has announced its lineup of speakers at the 2016 March for Life on Friday, January 22. “The rally kicks off at noon on the National Mall at the Washington Monument, with music and entertainment beginning at 11:40 a.m.,” March for Life President Jeanne Mancini said.

(Read more...)

:bulletpink: Official March for Life
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:bulletred::pointr: All deviations must follow deviantART's Etiquette Policy. If they contain nudity, their arts must be tagged as a mature content, too. Please consider other members may not like excessive amounts of nudity and pornography. Some to few deviations are a good number, which is likely more acceptable.

:bulletred::pointr: Base dolls, whose are traced from anime or game screenshots, are not allowed. It must be done by original artists only. (See for one example.) Any art will not be allowed if they are: 1. official manga-scans or coloring official manga pages, 2. demotivational or motivational images, and 3. screenshots from games, movies, or anime TV shows & manga books.

:pencil::pointr: Members and guests can post a blog as long as their blog request is about pro-life or general news and articles, holidays, contests, debates, and/or discussions. We have a right to decline or delete your blog entry if it becomes an off-topic subject, turns into an dA member bashing, resorts to mock pro-lifers and pro-life community, or any blog entry violates deviantART's Etiquette.

:target::pointr: If you see any deviation violates the dA's policy, please contact Admins right away.

:star::pointr: If you have any feedback or suggestion for improve Pro-LifeDeviants, please feel free to send a note to Admins or this Group. Thank you~


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jeffbrek51 Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2016
Please remove :iconjeffbrok51:, he is impersonating me.
Stitchthebest36 Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2016
If you are pro life please sign this…
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OddGarfield Featured By Owner Edited Feb 17, 2016  Student Interface Designer
I'm pro-life.
wakaflockaflame1 Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I don't exactly know the details, but apparently when I was born I gave my mother a tumor, ofc she was warned about this prior but she still had me anyways. My father did everything he could to make sure my mother was taken care of. Then one day she went in for surgery ....

Don't worry it was a happy ending...

The thing is, she could have aborted me any time to save her life...

My father wouldn't have spent all that money....

My mother wouldn't have to fear for her life...

But she kept me anyways...

And I have the balls to consider my life a waste. Heh.

KahlaWolf Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey! I'm not sure if you guys have read this article but I thought it was great!…

Thought I'd share! God bless :) 
wakaflockaflame1 Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Interesting group....
RainbowStriked Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2015  Professional General Artist
Translation to your tagline: "Deviants who think women have no choice"
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catcupcake Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
I swear, the comments blow me are stupid. :I
It's like everyone wants the human population to die. :Y
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Aerodeth Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2015
Bobby doesnt have my vote, but if he can keep his backbone strong and sturdy, he might make the Top 3.…
Denny-The-Punk Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I do think I might be some kind of a PRO-Life person..

I do see the embryo as a living being.. but I do think that people should be allowed to abort and the reason behind it is not really anything we should bother about.. a reason behind an abortion is none of our business 

But I am against Late-Term abortion....
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Chiminix Featured By Owner May 7, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
"You just want to control women's bodies!"

Where do they go from there?  It's not about controlling women just for the sake of having control.
Chiminix Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Imagine if somebody introduced the idea of abortion only today, how many people would be absolutely disgusted by it?
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Gromitzy Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Pro-Choice Stamp by Gromitzy  
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SilentRisingSun Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist

 was thinking next time someone makes a pro-life stamp or other deviation with a pro-life message, they could try this:

For every rude and immature comment you get from a pro-choicer on your pro-life related works, put a certain amount of money in a jar. When the jar is full, donate the money to a pro-life charity or local Crisis Pregnancy Center.
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Jennifer-Rose-Talbot Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Personally, I'm pro choice. But all the hatred against the pro life community is beyond bullshit. Fighting hatred with hatred will not change peoples opinions. It just depends on your values, and as long as you're not shoving them down people's throats then I do not care.
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AsahiGirl Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It feels like Pro-life people get too much hate these days. Can't Pro-Choicers just respect our opinions?
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EPlTAPH Featured By Owner Edited Aug 10, 2014
I remember a story in Ireland. A woman's pregnancy went terribly wrong, and she was literal months overdue due to a miscarriage. She was not allowed to abort the miscarried baby, and suffered an existence of vomiting, pain, and misery, until she died. She was not allowed abortion as, the hospital quotes, "Ireland is a Catholic nation".…
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bluedog444 Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
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AntiRCCZealot Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
First of all, I'd like to say that I am a firm believer in Christ who has often been falsely accused of hating gays and lesbians and being homophobic just because I believe one cannot call oneself a Christian and practice homosexual acts at the same time and viciously condemned by right-wing Christian zealots and Catholic apologetic for supporting the legalization of same-sex marriage for the reasons that have more to do with granting fellow human beings equal human rights. Just someone who has been called various names by both extreme sides. But anyways, moving on to the topic of abortion from an entirely Christian perspective. 

Regardless of what the pro-life anti-abortionists argue, there are strong Biblical evidence that God doesn't seem to mind terminating one's pregnancy at all and my argument for that can be backed up in Exodus 21:22-25, Numbers 3:14-16, Numbers 5 and Leviticus 27:6-7. Don't believe me? Think I am being heretical and perverting God's Word? And I shouldn't call myself a Christian for saying that? Well, let's take a closer examination of the passages that have an explicit mention of abortion but clearly point in the opposite direction that the anti-abortionists would never imagine. 

In Exodus 21:22-25, God commands a man to be killed if he strikes a pregnant woman and she dies from his blows. But he's to ONLY pay a fine for physically harming her if she just miscarries. If God seriously considered the fetus inside the woman's womb alive, He would still call for the man's death for causing her to miscarry with a physical assault. But He doesn't, so from His point of view, the "Thou Shalt Not Kill" commandment doesn't apply to the fetus getting terminated. 

Numbers 3:14-16 could be a shocking realization for all the pro-life anti-abortionists. The only reasonable explanation from the pro-life perspective that I can give for the passage is that it may well have been a harsh necessity in an ancient society that couldn't afford to get attached to its newborns until it was likely that they were going to survive. Nonetheless, it hardly fits with the modern "pro-life" argument. In the passage, not only God does NOT instruct Moses to count pregnant women twice, but He also doesn't even want babies WHO ARE OUT OF THE WOMB AND LESS THAN A MONTH OLD to be counted! If an unborn fetus possesses the moral status of personhood, then a pregnant woman SHOULD BE counted as two people in the census NO MATTER WHAT. But God doesn't instruct Moses to do that, so there's an undeniable proof, once again, God doesn't consider the unborn fetus alive and therefore, wouldn't see abortion as a murder. 

The same thing can be said in Leviticus 27:6-7, where God sets out the monetary value of human lives and places NO VALUE on children of either sex, again, LESS THAN A MONTH OLD and NO EXTRA VALUE on pregnant women. 

And finally, here's one last verse that supports the argument that God doesn't seem to mind abortion: In Numbers 5, God prescribes to Moses that if a man suspects his wife of being unfaithful, even if he has no witnesses or any other proof, he may bring her to the priests to undergo a trial by ordeal. According to the passage, the potion of bitter water will have no effect if the woman has been faithful, but if she's cheated on her husband and gotten pregnant, it will rot her body and cause her to have a miscarriage. That's not the strategy I would personally go with, but it clearly proves IN THE CONTEXT that GOd doesn't care if the unborn fetus is terminated inside. 

And nowhere in the New Testament can one find an anti-abortionist find the passage to use as an argument for their pro life position because there is NONE. Neither Jesus nor the Apostles mention it anywhere. 

That all said, if God doesn't think the unborn fetus has some sort of the moral status of personhood and that terminating it does NOT count as a murder, why should we? 

In reality and according to those verses I've provided as biblical arguments for my position on abortion, God is NOT "pro-life" at all. The pro-life just cooked that up. And they say it's the most important aspect in the Bible, when it's not even in there. I am literally amazed by how easily tricked they have been into the whole mess. Don't believe me? Go read the Bible yourself and study those passages in the context.

But here's the kicker for the pro-life anti-abortionist. It's also the reason I've been called all kinds of names by those obnoxious "pro-choice" or "pro-abortion" extremists. Abortions being carried out as a necessity due to a woman's life being at risk or forced pregnancy against the woman's will (AKA rape) are much, MUCH rarer than people think. On the contrary, the majority of them, especially in the Western world, are often the result of fornicators not wanting to take any responsibility. Now, that is something I find repulsive and have to sternly condemn. If they knew they would get the woman/girl pregnant and have no intention of being parents or getting married, then why the heck would they have premarital sex in the first freaking place? That's why people sometimes would find me speaking out against abortions in the Western world as pregnancy as a result of fornication/premarital sex is much more common and prevalent than rape or miscarriage. My reason for that has got nothing to do with "protecting the life of the unborn fetus" and more to do with the fact that those, who have willingly brought an unwanted pregnancy on the girl/woman through consensual premarital sexual relationship, not being accountable for their own actions because though abortion, like I said earlier, is not condemned in the Bible, fornication is. 

You may also bring up China's infamous one-child policy. Now, I am strongly against that, but not for the same reason as you think. Women who work for government departments are subject to an invasive medical exam once a year to make sure they are abhering to the policy, even if they already went through menopause. It's not because abortion is "an immoral act of murder which God condemns" but because the Chinese Communist Party, a totalitarian political establishment, is controlling EVERYTHING, like LITERALLY, which goes against my personal belief in individualism and free thoughts. The whole family life is mandated by government. Official legislation forces you to visit your elderly relatives.

But anyways, if you still think I am "an advocate for infanticide who should be ashamed of himself" or a false Satanic preacher for saying all the things I've said here, then so be it. I've been hearing that so much from Christian pro-life anti-abortionists that they sound all mute to me. 
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TheImpossibleWriter Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Yes let us fight against abortion
AspiePie Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2014  Student General Artist
Pro-life LGBT... Just made a stamp!
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