Dubbed "Grandmothers for Reproductive Rights" – or what these pro-death elderly women think is clever and humorous to refer to in shorthand as "GRR!" – the group is known to wear bright yellow shirts that send a pro-abortion message wherever they go. According to LifeNews.com, GRR! members also spend a lot of time at the Maine Capitol advocating for more women to get abortions – because there's not already enough baby death in the world, apparently.
GRR! Founder Judy Kahrl says she decided to found the group after traveling to Africa and observing many young women who decided to postpone bearing children and having a family, and instead pursue an education and a career. Somehow in Kahrl's mind, this inspired her to advocate for more abortion here in the United States where it's already legal, and where birth control is readily available for women who wish to do the same.