Top 10 Graphics of 2020

Thank you for liking and sharing our memes! With no further ado, here are the year’s top Secular Pro-Life graphics (click to enlarge).

#10: Don’t like human rights violations?

#9: Wildly off base

Top 10 Graphics of 2019

Here are the most reacted-to, commented-upon, and shared Secular Pro-Life graphics of 2019! You guys sure do like screenshots and corrections to pro-choice nonsense.

10. For every two Catholic pro-lifers, there is one secular pro-lifer! (Check out this blog post for the underlying data.)

9 (Several images tied). Numerous people who grew up in foster care (and with other challenges) came forward to defend their lives in response to Jameela Jamil’s callous tweet suggesting they should have been aborted. It’s appalling that their existence and value were ever questioned, but boy did they rise to the occasion! Check out the full collection of screenshots here.

8. Watch out, pro-choicers: Monica is wielding her red pen!

7. These bad Handmaid’s Tale analogies are really getting out of hand.

Yes, we screenshot our own tweets and post them to Facebook. Don’t judge. 

6. Stop erasing pro-life women!

5. Oh no! Now Monica has a BLUE pen!

4. We will ALWAYS amplify people targeted by the abortion industry.

3. If you don’t like human rights violations, don’t commit human rights violations!

2. Heartbreaking

And for the top graphic of 2019… Monica strikes again!

1. Tapeworms? Seriously?!

Top 10 Graphics of 2019

Here are the most reacted-to, commented-upon, and shared Secular Pro-Life graphics of 2019! You guys sure do like screenshots and corrections to pro-choice nonsense.

10. For every two Catholic pro-lifers, there is one secular pro-lifer! (Check out this blog post for the underlying data.)

9 (Several images tied). Numerous people who grew up in foster care (and with other challenges) came forward to defend their lives in response to Jameela Jamil’s callous tweet suggesting they should have been aborted. It’s appalling that their existence and value were ever questioned, but boy did they rise to the occasion! Check out the full collection of screenshots here.

8. Watch out, pro-choicers: Monica is wielding her red pen!

7. These bad Handmaid’s Tale analogies are really getting out of hand.

Yes, we screenshot our own tweets and post them to Facebook. Don’t judge. 

6. Stop erasing pro-life women!

5. Oh no! Now Monica has a BLUE pen!

4. We will ALWAYS amplify people targeted by the abortion industry.

3. If you don’t like human rights violations, don’t commit human rights violations!

2. Heartbreaking

And for the top graphic of 2019… Monica strikes again!

1. Tapeworms? Seriously?!

Top 10 Graphics of 2018

Here are the graphics that got the most likes, reactions, and shares on Secular Pro-Life’s facebook page in 2018:

10. When we march against the brutality of abortion, this is how counter-protests are advertised (with our annotations)

9. You are worthy

8. We felt compelled to respond to this meme, because it’s wrong to pit victims of gun violence and victims of abortion against each other

7. We’re marching for life! (For info on next month’s march, click here).

6. This awful screenshot highlights the ableism at the heart of the abortion movement (click to enlarge)

5. Oh hey, remember that time Planned Parenthood wanted a Disney princess to have an abortion?

4. Toddler Alfie Evans died after he was denied experimental treatment for a rare disorder, against his parents’ wishes

3. We will always amplify the voices of those who are targeted by the abortion industry

2. We exist, and we are fierce

And the top graphic of 2018 is…

1. Pro-science, pro-life!

Top 10 Graphics of 2018

Here are the graphics that got the most likes, reactions, and shares on Secular Pro-Life’s facebook page in 2018:

10. When we march against the brutality of abortion, this is how counter-protests are advertised (with our annotations)

9. You are worthy

8. We felt compelled to respond to this meme, because it’s wrong to pit victims of gun violence and victims of abortion against each other

7. We’re marching for life! (For info on next month’s march, click here).

6. This awful screenshot highlights the ableism at the heart of the abortion movement (click to enlarge)

5. Oh hey, remember that time Planned Parenthood wanted a Disney princess to have an abortion?

4. Toddler Alfie Evans died after he was denied experimental treatment for a rare disorder, against his parents’ wishes

3. We will always amplify the voices of those who are targeted by the abortion industry

2. We exist, and we are fierce

And the top graphic of 2018 is…

1. Pro-science, pro-life!

Top 10 Graphics of 2017

Here are the graphics that got the most likes, reactions, and shares on Secular Pro-Life’s facebook page this year:

(10) Sometimes we screenshot our own tweets. Don’t judge.

(9) We call out an abortion business for “misleading women into believing the fetus basically looks like a dust bunny.”

(8) Our co-admin, Terrisa, being iconic as usual

(7) A bad argument that needs to die (click to enlarge)

By the way, if you want to join us at the 2018 March for Life next month, we’d love to see you! Here’s all the info you need.

(5) You’re not entitled to your own facts

CREDIT NOTE: This is our take on a Happy Jar comic entitled “Confirmation Bias.”

(4) Life is life, except when it’s politically inconvenient

CREDIT NOTE: This graphic is by Cyanide and Happiness.

(3) The hottest meme of the summer

(2) Fixed that for you, ACLU

And the number one graphic of the year is by our dear friend, post-abortive pro-life atheist feminist extraordinaire, who was just recently interviewed for this blog: Albany Rose!

(1) Who’s really “anti-woman” here?

Top 10 Graphics of 2017

Here are the graphics that got the most likes, reactions, and shares on Secular Pro-Life’s facebook page this year:

(10) Sometimes we screenshot our own tweets. Don’t judge.

(9) We call out an abortion business for “misleading women into believing the fetus basically looks like a dust bunny.”

(8) Our co-admin, Terrisa, being iconic as usual

(7) A bad argument that needs to die (click to enlarge)

By the way, if you want to join us at the 2018 March for Life next month, we’d love to see you! Here’s all the info you need.

(5) You’re not entitled to your own facts

CREDIT NOTE: This is our take on a Happy Jar comic entitled “Confirmation Bias.”

(4) Life is life, except when it’s politically inconvenient

CREDIT NOTE: This graphic is by Cyanide and Happiness.

(3) The hottest meme of the summer

(2) Fixed that for you, ACLU

And the number one graphic of the year is by our dear friend, post-abortive pro-life atheist feminist extraordinaire, who was just recently interviewed for this blog: Albany Rose!

(1) Who’s really “anti-woman” here?

The Top Ten Graphics of 2016

Drum roll please… click to enlarge… our most liked and shared graphics of 2016 are…

10. This graphic we wish we could claim credit for, but belongs to our friends at the Life Matters Journal

6. Medicaid kids are awesome! (Don’t know what this is about? Check out HelloHyde.org.)
(This was my personal fave picture of 2016. And not just because I took it.)
And at number one, from January 11, 2016…
I was surprised to see a Google Doodle take the top spot. Psst, journalists: this miiiiiight be a sign that pro-life feminists are clamoring for representation!

The Top Ten Graphics of 2016

Drum roll please… click to enlarge… our most liked and shared graphics of 2016 are…

10. This graphic we wish we could claim credit for, but belongs to our friends at the Life Matters Journal

6. Medicaid kids are awesome! (Don’t know what this is about? Check out HelloHyde.org.)
(This was my personal fave picture of 2016. And not just because I took it.)
And at number one, from January 11, 2016…
I was surprised to see a Google Doodle take the top spot. Psst, journalists: this miiiiiight be a sign that pro-life feminists are clamoring for representation!

The Top Ten Graphics of 2015

Our most liked and shared graphics of 2015 are:

10. Bill Nye vs. Inigo Montoya

For more on Bill Nye’s questionable understanding (to put it charitably), check out our most-read blog post of 2015

9. Adoptees respond to #ShoutYourAbortion with uplifting tweets

8. Parents chime in with more shouts against abortion

7. We choose the red pill

6. Now this looks like a job for me…

5. It’s like raaaaiiiiin on your wedding day…

4. Planned Parenthood gets owned

3. Just a bunch of food for thought

This is the only graphic in our top 10 that we didn’t create ourselves. We stumbled upon it and loved it too much not to share. If you know the origin of this meme, please let us know so we can give credit where due!

2. Pro-choice problems

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And our top graphic of the year, drum roll please…

1. Internal contradictions