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9 Things That Stood Out at the 2017 March for Life

9 Things That Stood Out at the 2017 March for Life

7. Pansexual for life

Breann Quigley or Reading, Pennsylvania holds up a sign as she participates in the March for Life in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 27, 2017. | (Photo: The Christian Post / Samuel Smith)

People of all stripes came out to the March for Life to speak out for the unborn.

Among those was Breann Quigley, who identifies as a pansexual. She traveled from Reading, Pennsylvania, to come to the march and told CP that it was her first time attending any kind of march in D.C.

"Abortion to me is like 'why decapitate a baby?'" Quigley said. "It's a living human being. So why would you just take it away? It has a life and it needs to live. It has a life to live. Why would you take something so precious away from a baby who can't even speak its mind?"

Quigley, a millennial, agrees with the assessment that the millennial generation is the pro-life generation.

"Our generation has seen the past and knows that we need to change," she said. "I feel like this generation will be the one who will march and change."

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