PHOTO: Ponoka News sends in photo protesting anti-abortion signs

A reader sent in these photos representing the women from the Handmaid’s Tale

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

A reader sent in these photos representing the women from the Handmaid’s Tale

 

Photo in protest: A Ponoka News reader recently sent in these images in protest of the anti-abortion signs south of Ponoka on Highway 2A. Sent in by Kaitlynn Weaver, who in her photo submission stated that anti-abortion advertisements can be harmful for people who have had, or are thinking about an abortion. The costumed person pictured represents the handmaids from Margaret Atwood’s book A Handmaid’s Tale. The costumes are inspired from the TV show of the book. Photo by Kaitlynn Weaver

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