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When Ryan Bomberger was 13, everything he knew about his origin story changed.
He already knew he was adopted—his adoptive parents and siblings are white, and he’s biracial, he said with a laugh, but every adoptee goes through a process of wondering why they were given up for adoption. So to realize his birth mother couldn’t keep him because he was the product of rape was shocking.
“It was devastating to think of,” said Bomberger, a creative professional and co-founder of pro-life nonprofit The Radiance Foundation. “But because I was so loved by my parents, I turned that pain into something very constructive,” Bomberger said.
The unseen faces of abortion
In a year (2020) when pro-abortion groups saw victories in medical technology, legal fights, and abortion-as-discrimination, faces like these—of women looking for better choices—often went unseen.
OPINION: Media Claim Abortion Drug in SCOTUS Ruling Ends ‘Pregnancy’
AND FINALLY, LOVIN’ LIFE…
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