Taking Back Technology to Preserve the Right to Life
The fight to save unborn lives has moved online. Women no longer need to leave their homes to get an abortion; chemical abortion pills are prescribed online and delivered through the mail–and now Planned Parenthood has created an app to help women get “emergency contraception birth control”… just by using their cell phones!
All women need to do is answer a few quick questions and upload a selfie, and they will receive their “birth control” pill the next day. That’s a misnomer, of course; Ella–the pill provided by the app–is essentially an abortion pill.
By website, by telemedicine, by app–the abortion frontier has moved online. And the Right to Life League is moving online, too.
The League has created and is poised to launch an affordable and scalable IT system for clinics throughout California. We have already received $5,000 in seed money for this effort. With your gift, we can launch this program and hire a dedicated pro-life IT person to assist clinics, centers and maternity homes.
“The Right to Life League is focused on fighting the abortion industry’s misuse of technology,” says League Director of Outreach and Engagement Susan S. Arnall, Esq. “And it’s an effort more necessary than ever before. After all, the abortion lobby has the full support of Big Tech, which is now censoring ads for abortion pill reversal.”
The Planned Parenthood app doesn’t come with a warning, nor has it been banned from any tech platform. But countless pro-life groups have had communications banned by Big Tech. The League itself has had ads rejected by Facebook, and struggled to obtain the coveted blue checkmark that indicates a “verified” Facebook account.
“The fight for life is moving at the speed of technology,” says Arnall. “We must match that speed with pro-life IT innovation: lives depend on it.”