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Inside Planned Parenthood's Washington, DC clinic.The Washingtonian

WASHINGTON, D.C., March 29, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – Planned Parenthood's “flagship” abortion facility in Northeast D.C. was designed so patients can feel like they're in a combination of Starbucks, the Apple Store, and Anthropologie, according to its CEO.

A piece in Washingtonian magazine showcases photos of the abortion center, “the most thoughtfully designed of all the organization’s facilities nationwide.”

Exam room art, like “graphics of an IUD, speaking bubbles, and a condom” is “meant to signal that patients can ask anything without fear of judgment.” (Just hope they don't ask for prenatal care or an ultrasound – Planned Parenthood probably won't be able to help them with that.)

The facility “cleverly” conceals “elaborate safety precautions.” Such safety precautions include cacti, which “look like cute decor, but their razor-sharp spines can be used to injure an attacker.” Its front desk “doubles as a barrier staff can duck behind” (brilliant!). 

The article makes it sound like Planned Parenthood employees are constantly at risk. There is no mention of the threats pro-life activists receive from abortion supporters. 

No amount of modern design or hot pink walls can make up for the hideous truth about abortion: a successful abortion always ends with a dead baby. 

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