Miss Universe 2019 contestant shares strong pro-life views
It has been announced that the Miss Universe 2019 pageant will now be officially held on December 8th, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, in Atlanta, Georgia. Georgia came under siege earlier this year, with so-called celebrities leading the opposition, over their “Heartbeat” Bill. Despite this Bill being passed, similar to other US states, it is ‘temporarily blocked by federal court.’
The 2019 Miss Universe contestant from the Philippines, Gazini Ganados, shared her opinion about abortion. According to Gazini, abortion "is not an option at all, for me." She went on to say that “being raised by a very conservative mother and a country, I just think it's inhumane to do that.”
Gazini comes from a pro-life family. She was raised by her single mother in Cebu, a province of the Philippines, and has never met her father. Women deserve care, love and support. They need compassionate and life-affirming options to a crisis or unplanned pregnancy. Abortion barbarically kills preborn children and hurts mothers and also fathers (if they are actively involved).
As a predominantly Catholic country, the Philippines is proud of its pro-life and pro-family values, as signified by the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, a designated non-working public holiday in honour of the Virgin Mary, the country's patroness.
During this day, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray from the Philippines will crown her successor.