Last updated on February 1st, 2024 at 09:21 am
New legislation in West Virginia may require public school students to view ‘Baby Olivia,’ an animated video illustrating the development of an unborn child from the point of conception. The aim is to educate students about unborn babies’ development, including the heart, brain, and other significant organs in the early stages of pregnancy. This bill is currently being reviewed by the State Senate Education Committee.
The ‘Baby Olivia’ video, created in 2021, presents a detailed week-by-week account of a baby’s growth, using accurate computer-generated 3D animation of human movements like yawning and face-touching. Developed under the supervision of scientists, physicians, and former abortionists, the video has already been viewed over 5.6 million times on YouTube alone.
Lila Rose, founder and president of Live Action, asserts that revealing the truth about pre-birth human life can alter people’s perspectives. Scientific advancements have allowed us to understand more about early development stages in the womb. In just nine weeks, unborn babies already have beating hearts, detectable brainwaves, and fully formed fingers and toes. By the tenth week, they can be seen making hiccuping and breathing motions.