A pro-life demonstration at the University of Georgia this week was blocked from campus view by pro-choice activists who erected a makeshift wall of bodies and linen.
The towering anti-abortion exhibit, a project of Justice for All, a Kansas-based activist training outfit known for its jarring campus displays, depicted aborted fetuses in extremely graphic detail outside the university student center.
A spokesperson for Students for Life UGA, which invited the group, told the UGA student newspaper, The Red & Black, that the display was designed to stir a public dialogue by telling “people the truth about abortions.”
But the 18-foot tall display quickly drew counter protests by two separate pro-choice student groups, who surrounded the display with bed sheets.
Those protesters not anchoring the wall of linens held signs–including ones reading “My p*ssy my choice” and “Put your politics where your p*ssy is!”–and distributed literature and condoms to passersby.
Justice for All held a similar demonstration at Georgia Tech last spring.