Young Mother Posts Video Of At-Home Abortion On TikTok

A mother recently posted a video on TikTok of her undergoing the vile chemical process of abortion, as reported by Newsweek.

The mother, Monica, 25, told Newsweek on July 20, 2023, that she hoped her video would help “abortion become more normalized and seen as what it is –- healthcare.”

In the TikTok video, the 25-year-old mother shared how she prepared and went through with the abortion of her nine-week unborn baby, according to Breitbart News.

“I wanted to create a safe space for women to come forward and share their experiences and stories about their abortions without the fear of being judged or criticized,” Monica, who has one daughter, told Newsweek.

“I’ve noticed that the media tends to ignore the topic of abortion as a whole and I thought, ‘Well, maybe if I come forward and share my own journey, we can finally talk about it,’” she added.

Monica continued by saying she was “hesitant” to videotape the abortion because of the backlash she could likely receive. The sickening video has received over 3.1 million views and more than 3,700 comments since its publication.

“I definitely felt hesitant about documenting my abortion because I was so worried about the kind of response I would get,” Monica said.

“It was my attempt to reach out to those who may feel alone or unsupported through such a vulnerable event and to show that there is nothing to hide when it comes to making a choice that is best for you,” she added.

Monica correctly perceived the negative comments she would receive because of her video. One viewer told the 25-year-old that the footage was “absolutely disgusting,” while another wrote, “Wtf why is this on TikTok?”

As Breitbart News reported, Monica used the abortion pill, mifepristone, during the abortion. The pill works by blocking progesterone, which mothers use to nourish a pregnancy. When the hormone is blocked, a mother’s uterus is blocked, thereby cutting blood and nourishment from the developing baby.

According to the Guttmacher Institute, mifepristone accounts for more than half of all abortions in the U.S. In 2020, for example, the drug comprised 53% of abortions, marking a 14% increase from 2017.