Pussycat Dolls singer shares abortion experiences, warns, ‘You will regret it your whole life’
Kaya Jones, a former singer with The Pussycat Dolls, said the miscarriages she had when she was younger still haunt her to this day.
Jones told Christine Yeargin, host of Students for Life’s “Speak Out” podcast, that she had three miscarriages before she turned her life around and started following Jesus Christ.
She explained how she had her first abortion as a teenager when her birth control medication failed. She recalled how she got pregnant again while in the Pussycat Dolls and was told to “get rid of it”.
After having an abortion, she said it was easier to have more.
“At that point, because I had already had a miscarriage before, I didn’t think it was that big of a deal,” she admitted.
Singer Kaya Jones arrives at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles January 31, 2010. (Reuters)
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Jones described growing up in an “abusive” music industry that left her with little self-confidence and made her make “poor choices.” She said her third miscarriage happened after she was raped by an old boyfriend. Although she wanted to keep the baby, she said she decided to terminate again because of the stress and complications.
“After the first one, you don’t think you’ve made a mistake. It’s normalized and what a line is until you cross it. You don’t know what a line is. Once you cross that line, it’s a very slippery slope to continue cross those lines,” she recalls.
But she said her conscience was sparked when she saw two little girls watching her during a concert after she had a miscarriage.
“Nothing about me at that moment said, ‘Watch out, this is a lie,'” she recalls. “There was nothing beautiful about me. I was stained. I was destructive. It was destroyed. I was completely bound and bound to the devil, or the enemy, or the realm of death if you will, where I lived at my worst. yourself.”
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Jones said she understands the pain and anger some women go through, but warned them not to make the same choices she did.
“I’ve been through it all. I assure you, you will regret it all your life. Nothing – even if I become a mother tomorrow and happily married and everything is fine, I will regret the three children I have. there was,” she said.
Jones said she was compelled by the “Holy Spirit” to share her story of abortion regret.
“It’s very painful. There’s a lot of anger. There’s a lot of frustration. There’s a lot of ignorance. There’s a lot of regret. And nothing can take that away except God himself when you lay yourself at his feet and ask for salvation,” she said.
The former singer also argued that abortion led to a division of respect between men and women in the culture.
A group of pro-life demonstrators crash the Women’s March for Reproductive Rights Action Rally at Mariachi Plaza in Los Angeles, California, on October 8, 2022. (David McNew/AFP via Getty Images)
“What you’re telling men is that you don’t value yourself, your seed, or their seed, and in return they don’t value us as women because we’re willing to do these things for ourselves and our children,” she. argued.
Jones said she wasn’t trying to take away anyone’s rights, but wanted to show other women who have had abortions that there is healing and forgiveness.
“You can still be a mother, you can still fall in love, you can still be appreciated. You can leave that at God’s feet,” she said.
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