We've been trying to do that for decades now.
This is what abortion supporters consider a "right" to be embraced and celebrated.
And they believe that this is as good as -- if not better than -- a live baby.
Here are some videos to help with the demystification process.
Wanna know what needs to be demystified? Why the idea that these babies were so small, defenseless, and vulnerable, so desperately in need of their mothers' love, is what makes it okay to do that to them. Why it is that if they were bigger, able to run, able to fight back, able to at least try to defend themselves, it would be easier to recognize killing them as wrong.
Ought not vulnerability to elicit protectiveness, rather than indifference or violence?