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February 13, 2019 @ 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm
An event every month that begins at 4:45 pm on day Second of the month, repeating until December 31, 2019
ImagineChastity is a Grass-roots Project to Stop the Expansion of New York’s Societal Ills with Your Help.
In advocating for chastity we aim to raise awareness of the power of this lifestyle to restore the lives of women and men alike to physical, emotional, spiritual, and reproductive health.
In response to the New York State Legislature’s recent move to further boost abortion numbers by removing every last conceivable impediment to the butcherous practice of late term abortion, jeopardizing women’s health, and legalizing infanticide, some believe it’s time to confront the beast at the heart of the matter. Sexual promiscuity has fueled the perceived “need” for abortion and fostered an insidious intemperance throughout society which produces a host of other ills that dramatically impact the lives of born people. Just one example: over 70 million people are dead from AIDS to date and more than 20 million are currently on lifetime antiretrovirals worldwide (at a cost of approximately $240,000,000,000,000.00 dollars per year).
There exist a host of powerful antidotes within us—human virtues like wisdom, courage, personal integrity, and sacrificial love—that merely await liberation. These very real remedies to the dissolution emerging around and within us are free and independent of the largess of any local or federal government, politician, pharmaceutical company or “healthcare” industry. They are our birthright. Recognizing our perennial need for these neglected virtues, ImagineChastity was conceived along with its mission to take a parable about the potential of a single mustard seed into the street and put it to the test.
Come, shine a light in the darkness! Or for more information, email us at ImagineChastity@gmail.com.
This event will be held at 4:45 PM on the second Wednesday of each month.
The sidewalk at the intersection of Main and Amherst Streets in front of Panned Parenthood, Buffalo, 2697 Main Street.