Why I Wear Precious Feet

Jamie Franklin

I have started to wear a pair of precious feet on the lapel of the blazer I use most often. These feet are an exact representation of the feet of a ten week old child in the womb. I bought this pin from the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children. I have done a fair bit of thinking about the rights and wrongs of wearing a political symbol on my clothing (not something I would normally do), but I went ahead and attached this pin to my blazer anyway, and, to the extent that anyone would be interested in my views on this, I would like to provide a rationale as to why.

Put simply, I oppose the practice of abortion and its facilitation in ours and every culture that would so promote it.

I do not believe that children who are less than twenty-four weeks old are somehow…

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One response to “Why I Wear Precious Feet

  1. Thanks you for sharing Jamie’s post, John… I was truly edified by the poignant sentiments that he so eloquently expressed and insightfully argued. In fact, I have even resolved to purchase a few such “unborn feet” pins for myself and for sharing with others, especially since I have some currently underused advertising space on my favourite jacket…

    I wish you a pleasant weekend, Brother. 🙋🏻‍♂️


    Sent from my iPad


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