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    I produced these photos from a Pro-Life standpoint. I was reading an article with 30-50 women's stories about the abortions they had been through… Read More
    I produced these photos from a Pro-Life standpoint. I was reading an article with 30-50 women's stories about the abortions they had been through in their lives. I was deeply distraught at how many of the women suffered from PTSD, and sorrowful situations. I wanted to show the death of innocents, the suffering that follows, the blood shed, the PTSD and thoughts of suicide, and the sarcastic approach toward the ideology of, "my body, my choice." The hanger is symbolism from Pro Choice believers, that even if abortion was made illegal, women would still preform abortions just in unsafe environments. Because of this, I used the hanger symbolically to blind and strangle the woman depicted here. Many of the women who shared their stories tried to find a way to reconcile with themselves, after what they had done. I wanted to depict this. I titled these photographs, "Abortion, PTSD, ProChoice, And The Moments That Follow; I Think I Died Inside." Read Less
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