Cynthia Wenz has been an event planner, a wedding coordinator, an accountant, an entrepreneur, and general manager for two of Houston’s largest postproduction facilities. She also had three abortions. She is now president and CEO of The Source for Women, a “holistic reproductive health center” in Houston.
Statistically, doesn’t one abortion often lead to another? If the abortion industry can convince a young girl in her teens to abort, it’s ensured itself some repeat business. I was 15 with an unintended pregnancy. Then I was 19, living life on the wrong side of the tracks. Fast forward, I’m 29 now, and not married. Enter the third procedure. I hate being a statistic.
But then you stopped being a statistic. Two weeks later I go back for the check-up. The doctor looks at me and says, Your uterus is still very enlarged. Your body still thinks it’s pregnant. We probably didn’t get everything. I’m trying to process what she just said: What was left inside of me? By the grace of God my arm went up: Can I see what’s inside of me?