“We are the pro-life generation.”

This is what most of the signs read outside of the Aug. 22  protest, one of more then 300 held that weekend, at the construction site of a Planned Parenthood clinic in a rundown neighborhood in Northeast Washington, D.C. Indeed, the rally against the nation’s largest abortion provider, spurred by the release of seven sting videos, seemed like a generational event. I saw only two grey heads in the entire crowd. The five speakers were women under 30. Millennial dads in Raybans and Toms shoes milled around with toddlers on their shoulders. Twenty-something women in skinny jeans and wedges cheered every time they got a sympathetic honk. Students raised their fists and clanged the chain-link fence.

Planned Parenthood should be worried.

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