National Pro-Life Cupcake Day is a very unique day. It’s one of those days where you can celebrate your love for both the unborn and cupcakes. There are many ways to celebrate this national holiday, but we’re going to focus on some of the most popular celebratory activities that people partake in every year on October 9th. In this blog post, we’ll explore National Pro-Life Cupcake Day history, how it came about, what time it is celebrated each year, and lastly – how you can get involved with celebrating!
About National Pro-Life Cupcake Day
National Pro-Life Cupcake Day is celebrated on October 2021. It’s a day that was created to raise awareness of the Unborn Victims of Violence Act (UVVA), which would add “unborn children at every stage of biological development” as having been victims if they’re injured or killed during the commission of any federal violent crime. This would essentially give them the same rights as living, born people when it comes to prosecuting crimes against them.
This act was signed into law by President George W. Bush on April 18th, 2004; however, it did not include unborn children who are injured or killed in the course of any federal crime of violence (which includes acts like assault, murder, kidnapping, etc.) against the mother. This act would essentially give unborn children equal status to other people when it comes to federal crimes of violence (against the pregnant mom).
National Pro-Life Cupcake Day-Date is October 9, 2021.
Every year on the same day, National Pro-Life Cupcake Day is celebrated by pro-life supporters all over America and across the world. This event typically takes place in October each year because it’s during this time that Congress reconvenes for a new session of lawmaking. It was around this time (in 2004) that the Unborn Victims of Violence Act was first introduced to Congress.
Pro-life supporters typically celebrate National Pro-Life Cupcake Day by baking cupcakes or purchasing them from a bakery and sharing these tasty treats with their pro-choice friends, family members, neighbors…etc. Many bakeries offer discounts on one dozen cupcakes if you bring a flyer from the National Pro-Life Cupcake Day website.
History Of National Pro-Life Cupcake Day
Cupcakes have been a popular treat to enjoy for many years, and in fact, even the Ancient Romans enjoyed eating sweetened loaves of bread baked into small cakes. During medieval times, Italian nuns were known to bake cupcake-like creations that they used as communion wafers during religious ceremonies.
The Cupcakes for Life group is an organization that has chosen to celebrate the birthdays of aborted babies on October 9th. The day was first started by them in honor and memory of all those children who never got a chance at life, so it’s only fitting that we join this campaign together!
How To Celebrate National Pro-Life Cupcake Day?
There are many activities you can partake in on National Pro-Life Cupcake Day, but here are some of the most popular ones…
Bake cupcakes with your friends and family.
Purchase a dozen discounted cupcakes from your local bakery if they participate in celebrating this special day.
If baking isn’t for you – donate a dozen cupcakes to a local pro-life organization or pregnancy resource center.
If you have children in your life – take them with you when donating or purchasing the cupcakes so they can participate and understand what this special day is all about!
National Pro-Life Cupcake Day Syndrome
Be aware that there are some cases of “Pro-Choice Cupcake Day Syndrome” which has been reported by medical professionals in previous years.
This is a rare disorder usually brought on by the sufferer’s desire to be trendy and fashionably apathetic towards innocent human life, particularly unborn children or infants. Those who suffer from this syndrome typically show symptoms such as, but not limited to…
-A sudden increase in wearing or purchasing clothing with pictures of cupcakes on them.
-Using the word “cupcake” excessively in conversations and text messages.
-“Cupcake” (standing around doing nothing while holding a cupcake) has been known to take place in many areas across the United States.
-Using various “cupcake” emojis excessively on popular social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, etc… If you or someone you know is showing symptoms of this rare disorder – please get help quickly! This condition can be fatal if left untreated and commonly spreads between friends because it’s believed that one person’s “Pro-Choice Cupcake Day Syndrome” can infect a friend or family member – and the infection is usually fatal within 24 to 48 hours.
On National Pro-Life Cupcake Day, pro-life supporters all over America and across the world celebrate by baking cupcakes or purchasing them from a bakery. They typically share these tasty treats with their pro-choice friends, family members, neighbors…etc.