Molly Anne Dutton has a ‘ridiculously inspiration tale’ the new Miss Homecoming at Auburn
Miss Homecoming at Auburn University is making headlines with her amazing and inspirational tale.
Molly Anne Dutton was selected this weekend, but her popularity is just starting to grow as her “ridiculously inspirational story” was the feature in Yellow Hammer News article date Oct. 14.
“…the little girl born into those tough circumstances was elected her university’s homecoming queen after running on a platform entirely devoted to adoption advocacy.”
Dutton’s story is a shocking tale of a “victim of a sexual assault that resulted in her becoming pregnant. She was given an ultimatum by her husband: either abort the baby, or face divorce” as Dutton’s mother could have easily aborted her.
Lifeline Children’s Services, a Birmingham-based Christian adoption agency, is credited with helping her biological mother in California and her courageous decision to keep the baby and put her up for adoption instead of aborting.
“Because that resource was made available to my mother, she decided to give birth to me,” Dutton said. “And here I am talking to you guys 22 years later.”
“Light Up LIFE” was Dutton’s slogan, the perfect summation of her campaign’s goal to spread the word that adoption can bring light into a dark situation.
It took Auburn’s campus by storm.
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