Horrifying. Vomit inducing.

The Star has the story of a gay abortionist who had second thoughts about performing abortions when he and his partner considered adopting a baby. He had no problem with abortions until he decided he might want a cute cuddly baby so he reconsidered for a moment. But don’t worry he’s still going to abort babies for a living. But some of the quotes in this article are just shocking and awful including calling abortion a “happy” and “maternal” decision.

Dr. Evan James never wavered in his determination to become an abortion provider.

His belief that women had the right to do what they wanted with their bodies was steadfast during his medical training in London, Ont.

It solidified further after he spent a month learning how to perform abortions at the Morgentaler Clinic in Toronto. He found that he enjoyed the work and was not put off by a woman’s tears or the tissue he extracted from her womb.

Just think about that one for a second, replay the words in your mind, vomit, cry, and consider in your kind the kind of evil we’re up against.

When you’re ready, check this out because it gets worse:

In Canada, the vast majority of abortions are performed in the first trimester; only 9 per cent take place between 12 and 20 weeks of pregnancy. Physicians examining the tissue from an early pregnancy likely see a pinkish oblong sac with no recognizable anatomical features.

James remembers feeling a gentle shock each of those first few times. But even after viewing a second-term abortion, he was not haunted by what he saw.

“During the direct examination, you might see an arm or an umbilical cord or, even, the body. It doesn’t all come out in one piece. With your imagination, you can see that it resembles a human.

“I could understand how some people would be turned off by that or very moved by that.”

Oh how nice, he can understand how SOME people might be moved by the sight of little arms or a body.

What kind of people do this?

“Almost anyone can be an obstetrician — and I don’t mean this to sound trite — because you are providing a happy experience,” says Dr. Suzanne Newman, a family doctor who now exclusively provides abortions at three separate clinics in Winnipeg. “But very few can do abortions.”

Abortions are a happy experience? And it turns out that it’s not only happy, it’s the motherly thing to do.

During the summer training, James watched almost 100 abortions. He also came to understand the feel of the clinic, how it had both a sombre and hopeful atmosphere, and to appreciate the range of women who choose to terminate an unwanted pregnancy. He left feeling sure about his path, his resolve strengthened after seeing women make their difficult choice from a place of compassion.

“I didn’t understand that until I saw it,” he says. “I very strongly believe that women make a maternal decision when they decide to end a pregnancy. Because they are deciding for that child it is the best option, that (by having an abortion) they are preventing suffering and preventing a life that they wouldn’t wish upon anyone else, let alone their child. That was very powerful for me.”

Uhm, quick note -life is suffering. That’s what we do here on Earth. As the Dread Pirate Roberts said, “Life is Pain. Anyone who says different is selling something.” Well, I’m not buying it.

This is the ugliest thing I’ve read in a while. It honestly gives me the chills.