DAHLONEGA, Ga. — Students at the University of North Georgia reportedly laughed last week as they broke the heads off cookies depicting babies in the womb, which were a part of a pro-abortion display created by the campus atheist club.
Photos of the display posted online show containers of the cookies, some of them with their heads broken off, surrounded by signs that read “abortion should remain legal because…” Students wrote in their own reasons, such as “a woman controls her own body” and the grotesque “my v*gina is too pretty to let a fetus crawl out.”
The photos were announced by conservative blogger Matt Walsh, who was tipped by a woman named Carly who was apparently a witness to the campus display.
“Carly tells me the pro-abortion folks were eating the baby cookies or breaking the heads off and laughing,” he wrote. “Another picture she shared shows a cookie lying next to its severed head over top a sign reading ‘Abortion should remain legal because it’s constitutionally protected.'”
Georgia Right to Life also posted about the display on social media as some students set up their own tables on campus to stand for life.
“We caught wind that a pro-abortion rally was going to be on University of North Georgia’s Dahlonega campus today, so we brought our Pillars display to join Students for Life UNG and the Dahlonega Care Center to share the message of life as a counter to the industry of death,” the organization wrote.
“As you can see, their tables feature baby shaped cookies that they’ve broken the heads off of in a sick display of solidarity with dismembering innocent babies,” it said.
The group later wrote, “Pro-abortion activists: 4 white guys with baby shaped cookies and protest signs. Pro-life activists: 8 girls with free education materials and praying with students who are grieving after abortion. The contrast is so distinct it’s almost funny.”
Walsh also found the pro-abortion display to be distasteful.
“To make a joke or game out of decapitating kids isn’t simply ‘inappropriate’—it’s subhuman,” he wrote. “I shudder especially when I think about the kind of woman who would consider it funny to pretend to eat a baby, or who’d write ‘My v*gina is too pretty to let a fetus crawl out.'”
As previously reported, last year, students at Clarion University in Pennsylvania vandalized a pro-life display that featured 350 crosses meant represent 10 children who had lost their lives that day from abortion. A number of the crosses had been pulled up out of the ground and thrown into trash cans, and some had been broken. A few had messages written on them, such as, “Would you support if this life was gay?” and “Would you support if this life were trans?”
Similar vandalism had taken place in 2011 with red paint like blood being strewn on the pink and blue crosses.
“[All] 350 crosses were pulled up and re-inserted in inverted fashion, a well-known anti-Christian symbol,” the group Students for Life reported. “Additionally, red paint was splattered on crosses and signs. Even eerier was the mock bloody footprints of an infant painted in front of the display.”