Fodder's Day

A photograph that shows two women protesting Father's Day is a digitally manipulated image.

Claim: A photograph shows two women holding anti-Father's Day signs.

FALSE

Example: [Collected via e-mail, March 2016]

is this a real photo? It looks photo shopped or something changed on it and people are up in arms over this.

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Origin:In March 2016, a photograph purportedly showing two women holding signs in protest of Father's Day began circulating via social media:

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Although this image was shared as a genuine one, the verbiage displayed on the signs has been significantly altered from that which appeared in the original photograph. That picture, which was taken during a January 2013 anti-abortion protest on the 40th anniversary of the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision, captured women holding signs reading "I regret my abortion":

These women hold signs that tell people they regret their abortions near the Supreme Court in order to turn over the Supreme Court decision Roe Versus Wade on the 40th anniversary date of that decision. This protest occurs annually drawing large crowds even though the decision to grant a woman the right to choose to have an abortion was made long ago. 

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Last updated: 28 March 2016

Originally published: 28 March 2016

Dan Evon is a Chicago-based writer and longtime truth enthusiast. His work has appeared somewhere, and he earned a degree at the University of His Choosing. His exploration of Internet truth has been supported by grants from the Facebook Drug Task Force.



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