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21-year-old mum of three told she “should’ve got an abortion”

A young mum with three children has been told she “should’ve got an abortion”.

The 21-year-old has three children under the age of three and has shared her experience of people’s reactions online. The mother, who goes by Mama Vanity online, said “The judgement that I have from online trolls is really ridiculous”.

Vanity makes her living through parenting and lifestyle videos on social media. Her videos have managed to get 11.6 million likes on the video platform, TikTok. The fame, however, does come with its challenges. 

She has been told that “I ‘should’ve got an abortion’, she ‘looks slow’ and I ‘need to call animal control’. “It kinda broke my heart a little bit”.

“I don’t know how they can talk about a baby – a baby that they don’t even know”.

“Sometimes I do regret posting them online because people out there are weird and harsh”.

She said that people sometimes say she is a “terrible mum” because of her age, but Vanity loves being a mum and has her family by her side. She even uses her social media platforms to encourage other young mums to keep pushing forward, especially when times get tough.

Right To Life UK spokesperson Catherine Robinson said “It is appalling that a young mother would receive such abuse. In our supposedly tolerant age, this young mum decided not to abort any of her three children, a situation that would have been fairly common in the recent past. Vanity is experiencing a deep and ugly prejudice against young mothers. But she’s a brave woman who knows that her children’s lives matter and should be cherished, not eliminated by abortion”.

Dear reader,

MPs will shortly vote on proposed changes to the law, brought forward by Labour MPs Stella Creasy and Diana Johnson, that would introduce the biggest change to our abortion laws since the Abortion Act was introduced in 1967.

These proposed changes to the law would make it more likely that healthy babies are aborted at home for any reason, including sex-selective purposes, up to birth.

Polling undertaken by ComRes, shows that only 1% of women support introducing abortion up to birth and that 91% of women agree that sex-selective abortion should be explicitly banned by the law.

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