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Forgotten women?

Editor,

When this comes out in the paper, there will have taken place many women’s marches all over this country.

I sincerely hope that they will have embraced all women, truly. Last year, at the 2017 Women’s March on Washington, several women’s groups were not welcomed. At least one was barred from the Women’s March website, and another who applied to become a sponsor was completely ignored.

This was contrary to statements made earlier by the organizer that “... we are open to everyone, even if they don’t agree with specific parts of our mission ...”

It may be difficult to research or find out about these happenings without knowing someone involved. It may be as many events today; all facts are not presented and rumors abound.

The saddest thing of all, is that preborn women are still forgotten by many women’s groups ... but far more than forgotten, legally annihilated. (Slavery was once legal, too.)

Beyond theses tragic injustices against women, both born and preborn, and all injustices, there is a great hope. And it’s for all women, all people, everywhere.

“For God so loved the world, that whoever believes in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” John 3:16

I have no doubt that the millions of aborted preborn women (and men) have not been forgotten by God, our Creator, and are safe in his care, and I’m sure even been given names. And their mothers and fathers can join them there if they so choose. All it takes is the faith of a child in the One who created us all in love.

We cannot bring these forgotten ones back, but what we can do, is stop this legalized human holocaust on our own soil, so that not one more precious life is forgotten.

Brenda Hughes
Polson

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