What Happened To This Anti-Choice Ad On A Major Bus Route?

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When an organization's ad asks if you're pregnant and worried, you might expect that organization to give you as much information as possible to help you alleviate said worry. Not so with Crisis Pregnancy Centers, which market themselves as helpful institutions and do not, in fact, provide information about abortion options, and often go so far as to mislead women entirely. So when one of their ads turned up on this major bus route in Seattle, something pretty awesome happened — it got sticker-bombed.

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