22-year-old Molly Ann Dutton was recently crowned homecoming queen at Auburn University. But she more than the university’s 100th homecoming queen, she’s a living miracle.

Molly Ann’s biological mother was a victim of sexual assault, resulting in pregnancy. Faced with the difficult choice to either abort the baby or get a divorce from her husband (yes he threatened her with the action), she moved to Alabama to have the child and give it up for adoption.

Now, Molly Ann is sharing her life story in hopes of raising awareness about options available to women during unexpected pregnancies.

From Huffington Post:

“Her campaign is called “Light up LIFE” and in addition to YouTube videos and speaking on campus, she’s raising money for the Christian adoption agency that placed her with a family by selling t-shirts on campus. “Because that resource was made available to my mother, she decided to give birth to me,” Dutton says in her campaign video. “And here I am talking to you guys 22 years later.”

Read more at Huffington Post

Check out the video here:

Kudos to Molly Ann for turning a tragic situation into a campaign that educates and encourages!

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