WASHINGTON, Jan. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is being released by Personhood USA:
For the first time since the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, a new organization has formed to focus on the demographic of babies most ignored by the pro-life movement, yet most often singled out by pro-abortion groups: babies conceived in rape. Savethe1.com has launched an effort to educate politicians on the 100% prolife position; disallowing for any "exceptions" sentencing babies to death. These so-called "hard cases" include babies who have a poor in utero diagnosis as well as babies conceived in rape.
"Savethe1.com has several high quality videos which can be run in any state by organizations which are willing to help protect 'the least of these'- the forgotten and marginalized pre-born babies in our society," offered Rebecca Kiessling, founder of Savethe1.com. "We also plan to add new graphics, videos, and articles over the next month that will be available to share on social media sites. Our goal is to share these as often as possible so that every pro-life activist will understand why we must not accept the exceptions."
Following the widely publicized misstatements of Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock, Save the 1 has been created to equip politicians who hold to the 100% prolife position, educating them on the statistics and facts that support 100% abortion bans. Save the 1 will include the personal stories of rape victims and people conceived in rape who seek legal protection for all unborn babies, no matter the circumstances of their conception.Founder of Save the 1 and spokesperson for Personhood USA, attorney Rebecca Kiessling was conceived in rape and has become an outspoken advocate for others like her and for women, such as her mother, who have been raped. Save the 1 intends to remove and prevent 'rape exceptions', starting with the Hyde Amendment. Save the 1 is a reference to the parable of the lost sheep in Matthew 18:10-14, in which the shepherd leaves his 99 sheep behind to find the 1 sheep who was lost.