Apparently Hollyweird is trying to push an “emerging genre” upon our culture: Abortion comedies. Because, you know, THIS is hilarious or something:
There’s a new movie that you can watch on HBO Max called Unpregnant. They describe the movie as follows:
“In Unpregnant, seventeen-year-old Veronica (Haley Lu Richardson) never thought she’d want to fail a test—that is, until she finds herself staring at a piece of plastic with a blue plus. With a promising college-bound future now disappearing before her eyes, Veronica considers a decision she never imagined she’d have to make. This never-taken-lightly decision leads her on a 1000 mile hilarious road trip to New Mexico over three days with her ex-best friend, Bailey (Barbie Ferreira) where they discover sometimes the most important choice you’ll make in life is who your friends are.”
Yahoo Life has a review which includes the following excerpt: “The ride forces them back in their seats as they barrel forward. “I’M PREGNANT AND I’M GETTING AN ABORTION!” Veronica yells into the wind, her sense of freedom billowing across the dark sky like fireworks.”
More from Yahoo: “The “abortion comedy” is, indeed, an emerging genre. It’s also a real misnomer. There is no mainstream comedy movie that laughs gleefully at the personal and often very painful decision that one out of every four women will make in her lifetime to have an abortion. (Though there are, actually, countless movies that make abortions seem like the most dangerous and traumatizing thing that could ever happen to a person.)
Unpregnant, and the tiny band of movies that show abortion not as a tragedy but as a profound act of agency, are badly needed right now. Safe, accessible abortion is a constitutional right, according to the Supreme Court. But safe, legal abortions are very, very hard to access in much of America.”
Read their whole story here.
Hard pass for me on ever going to pay money to see an abortion “comedy.”
It’s no surprise Hollyweird is embracing this emerging genre. Progressives have made their attitudes toward human life quite clear for some time now:
FYI: Barbie Ferreira, one of the actresses in this “comedy,” is on a mission to fight against “fat-shaming” in Hollyweird. From LA Times:
“Reclaiming that word [fat] felt empowering,” she says. “‘Fat’ used to be the worst thing I could ever be called. But ‘fat’ is not a bad word. I really had to train myself to think: Being fat is the least of my problems. Am I a good person? Am I responsible? Am I talented? I’m still training myself, I think.”
Barbie goes on in the LA Times article to explain how abortion is not political – it’s just “healthcare.”
Read that whole story here.
PS Barbie: ‘Ya might want to look at the consequences of obesity and Wuhan virus. Just saying…
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