But do petitions really work?
Yes! PLEASE HELP US: SIGN THIS PETITION
Because of a recent TFP petition, Loyola University deleted its “career” entry for the National Organization for Women (NOW), a radical pro-abortion group. And if you help me today by signing and spreading this pro-life petition, we might shut down “H*yas for Choice” at the oldest Catholic university in America — Georgetown.
So — Please let me explain why I need your voice today.
Scandal #1: Club promotes abortion.
H*yas for Choice at Georgetown hosts an annual “Abortion Story Share” promoted by hash tag “#ShoutYourAbortion.” The event is meant to “normalize and destigmatize abortion” for women who have killed their unborn babies.
Scandal #2: Distributes contraceptives.
On a daily basis, H*yas for Choice activists distribute contraceptives throughout campus. Their table in Red Square is a hub where students receive free contraception, including Plan B.
Scandal #3: Fundraises for Planned Parenthood.
H*yas for Choice organized a bake sale on campus for Planned Parenthoood, announcing “all proceeds benefitting local abortion provider.”
Scandal #4: Invites pro-abortion speaker.
H*yas for Choice featured Dr. Laura Meyers, President and CEO of Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington, D.C. on campus during its “Choice Week” program.
Scandal #5: Attacks Catholic teaching.
H*yas for Choice invited Sonja Spoo of Catholics for Choice to speak on campus. The event was illustrated with a poster that read: “Protecting Abortion Access is a Catholic value.”
Scandal #6: Promotes transgenderism.
On March 21, the student club hosted a “Pro-Choice = Pro-Trans” event in White-Gravenor Hall. The pro-transgender meeting taught Georgetown students “how to make your reprojustice activism trans-inclusive” and “advance both causes.”
How can a club that claims to be concerned about “justice” be in favor of killing innocent preborn babies?
I hope I can count on your help to stop this scandal.
Simply click here to sign your peaceful protest.
Your message will go to the president of Georgetown University, respectfully urging him to stop the promotion of abortion at the oldest Catholic campus in America.
Please ask your friends to help out too.
Yes, everyone can join — the young and not so young.
Thank you for fighting the good fight,
TFP Student Action, Director