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The Pro-Life Hashtag That’s Taking the Twitterverse by Storm

It’s not often that Twitter is uplifting, but late last night a new hashtag started trending: #UnplannedParenthood.

The Twitterverse was encouraged to share personal stories of choosing (supposedly) inconvenient Life over abortion — and the joy that follows. Within minutes the tweets began to flow with people sharing their experiences of unplanned pregnancy and the amazing results: their kids.

So here is a list of the Top 20 #UnplannedParenthood tweets:

https://twitter.com/katieecrandall1/status/626229189163638784

https://twitter.com/moderncomments/status/626223711599726592

https://twitter.com/Becky32751/status/626373583007293440

Mark Antonio Wright is an intern at National Review.

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