Since 1973, the United States has allowed abortions. But these people say abortion is equivalent to murdering the unborn.
Tuesday they staged demonstrations along Panama City Beach, with Spring Break as their backdrop.
The "Personhood" group is supporting an amendment to Florida's constitution called the "Personhood Amendment", which would extend the definition of person to every human being.
Chris Warner, from Wisconsin, is just one of about 50 protesters.
"I went and served in the navy to help and protect our country. If I did that and I let this country stand by and watch unborn babies being murdered I just wouldn't be doing my duty," Warner said.
After seeing some pretty graphic images of dead babies, a small group of pro-choice advocates staged its own counter-protest.
"I just don't think the government should make the choice of what a woman should be able to do something with her body. I feel, the majority of people who are picketing are guys and they don't know what its like," Monica Murgia, a pro-choice supporter said.
"That kind of really scares me that they are openly for abortion and that they are breaking moral laws. Breaking the 10 commandments of God," Kathy Huybrecht, a pro-life supporter said.
"Yeah there is a lot of unprotected sex going on. People are faced with this choice. But we don't want young girls to have this, if they are in this situation, to have this forced in their faces," Anna Sachl, a pro-choice supporter said.
The pro-life group is trying to get nearly 700,000 petition signatures to have the "Personhood Amendment" added to Florida's ballot in the near future.