The world is full of opposing views. Turn on any show, hop on any social media platform, or drive down the street on the lookout for yard signs and you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about. Unfortunately, when it comes to places like Resource Health and other Pregnancy Resource Centers (PRCs), we’re no exception.
Have you ever had that friend who is the expert on everything? Or, let’s be honest, at least they think they’re the expert on everything. Whatever problem you might be facing, they have the answer. They’re single but have plenty to say about your relationship issues. Maybe they don’t have kids but seem to always have advice, a look or a raised eyebrow accompanied by a long passive aggressive, “mhmmm” at your parenting techniques.
It’s no secret what every day holds for us. Decisions. Simple ones like what to wear, although for me that’s not always so simple if I’m wanting to sport the latest trends or be a little more me. Quick ones like deciding to grab a granola bar or if I have time to make a fried egg for breakfast, or which Starbucks I would like to find joy in today. As the day goes on they get a little tougher.
If “Plan A” was not to get pregnant…”Plan B” was to use birth control…then what exactly is “Plan C”? A recent marketing strategy for abortion providers is to call the combo of drugs used for abortion “Plan C.” This is simply a rebranding technique to attract new customers. But we’ve found many of the people who’ve been targeted by “Plan C” advertisements are quite confused about the product they are buying.
Have you ever ordered a product online, only to find you didn’t get what you expected when it arrives? The color was changed, the brand was faked, or the quality was cheap. During this year’s pandemic, some companies are promoting illegal, online abortion medication orders more than ever. But what is really being delivered?