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These Photos Of Planned Parenthood Protesters Are Ghastly and Chilling

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After seeing firsthand the misplaced hostility that Planned Parenthood protesters administered to his girlfriend for simply getting a check up, Robert Lee Bailey returned to the site a few months later, when a 40 Days for Life Campaign came to Philidelphia. Protestors convened shouting their stances, shaming the women who went in and soliciting prayers. The street photographer decided to turn the tables on protestors, by invading and harassing the protestors by capturing their contempt with his camera lens. These chilling photos are the result of his exploration into the other side of Planned Parenthood. 

 

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DSCF3531A photo taken of Robert by one of the protesters with Roberts camera.

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Courtney Bissonette is a New York based writer and improv comedienne. She writes primarily about movies, pop cultures and feminist heroes. She gets along best with old people. She has seen more old movies than your grandma, probably. Salt from Salt n Pepa once took her Trick'r Treating. You can follow her on instagram at @gddamnitcourtney or twitter @courttette

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