Pro-Life Feminist Calls Out 'Specific Type of Diversity' for Exclusion from March
The founder and president of a pro-life feminist group joined "Fox & Friends" to discuss how her group was uninvited to Saturday's Women's March on Washington.
Destiny Herndon-De La Rosa said her group, New Wave Feminists, was originally listed as a partner for the event but organizers uninvited the group after backlash spread about the group's pro-life stance.
"It's a very specific type of diversity, which does not include everyone," she said.
Herndon-De La Rosa said she and her group still plan to march despite being uninvited.
"Any time women come together, exciting things happen, so we definitely wanted to be there with the pro-life contingent of that," she said.
The group identifies itself as a pro-life, non-violent organization of feminists.
"We just believe in protecting life from the womb to the tomb. ... Obviously being pro-life is a different take on feminism," Herndon-De La Rosa said. "Since women were viewed as property for a huge chunk of history, we don't think it's OK to view children as property, especially since they are the most vulnerable among us."
Watch the full interview above, and stay tuned to Fox News Channel for coverage of the women's march.