SICK: Abortionist Relives The HAPPY Early Days of Planned Parenthood

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The disturbing abortion lobby got a glossy little write up in New York Magazine, where a longtime abortionist actually described how “marvelous” the early days of legal abortion were.

CNS News reports:

“Although the Pill had been legal since the early ’60s, a lot of kids were getting pregnant,” Greenwood said, noting that in 1968 100,000 teens came to San Francisco.

“So, we started the first teen clinic at a Planned Parenthood where I worked,” Greenwood said. “It was decorated by the teens themselves, with Indian textiles on the ceiling and their photography on the walls.

“Anyone could come,” Greenwood said. “We didn’t have appointments, because appointments didn’t work.

“It was marvelous while it lasted and it lasted quite a while,” Greenwood said.

Greenwood said Planned Parenthood got the vacuum pumps that were being used in some California hospitals where recommendation by two psychiatrists and one gynecologist could allow a woman to get an abortion.

“When Roe passed, it was just fantastic,” Greenwood said. “The next day, we rolled one of the vacuum pumps [used in most first-trimester abortions] out of the UCSF hospital and took it over to Planned Parenthood so we could start doing abortions there.”

Dr. Suzanne Poppema, who performed her first abortion in 1974 and retired last year, worked at the University of Washington and called the early days of legal abortion a “happy time.”

Again, here’s the Left just nonchalantly discussing a procedure which kills an innocent life. Sick.

Image: (KNPR)



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