Sex and the City’s Cynthia Nixon Planned Parenthood-Abortion Mother’s Day Giving

National   Steven Ertelt   May 8, 2009   |   9:00AM    WASHINGTON, DC

Sex and the City’s Cynthia Nixon Wants Planned Parenthood Mother’s Day Gifts

by Steven Ertelt
LifeNews.com Editor
May 8
, 2009

Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) — Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon, who plays Miranda on the popular television program and movie, is the latest celebrity to stump for donations for the Planned Parenthood abortion business on Mother’s Day. Her letter to Planned Parenthood donors follows one from children’s author Judy Blume.

The Blume letter sparked so much national outrage after LifeNews.com exposed it, that Planned Parenthood begged its supporters to send thank you notes to her.

Like the Blume letter, the missive from Nixon ironically urges donations to Planned Parenthood to celebrate Mother’s Day even though Planned Parenthood routinely puts women’s health at risks with unsafe abortions and spends most of its time doing abortions instead of offering women legitimate prenatal health care services.

"I am Cynthia Nixon. I am an actor, an activist, a mom, a daughter. But today, I am writing to you about motherhood, on behalf of Planned Parenthood and the many people they serve," the actress writes. "The truth is, in my book, there is no organization that supports motherhood more than Planned Parenthood. That’s why I’m honoring the moms I know with a gift to Planned Parenthood today."

With Planned Parenthood killing children and injuring women in abortions, Nixon displays an astonishing impudicity when she adds, "To me, it just makes sense: honor the courageous mothers who are raising kids … with a gift to the courageous organization that helps so many women."

Like Blume, Nixon says the fact that more women are going to Planned Parenthood centers for abortions is another reason to support the organization.

"And right now — with more and more women seeking care from Planned Parenthood affiliate health centers — we need to do all we can to support them," she said.

This isn’t the first time Nixon has lent her celebrity name to promote abortion.

Nixon attended a pro-abortion Planned Parenthood event in August 2004 and proceeds from a charity auction consisting of clothing worn by the stars on the set in 2004 benefited the abortion business.

During the series, Nixon’s character Miranda considers an abortion. She is determined that she’s going to have an abortion and her boyfriend will never know before ultimately deciding to have the baby.

In the waiting room, she has doubts, but finally hears her name called and goes into another room. Eventually, Miranda appears at home and tells Charlotte that she couldn’t go through with the abortion and she’s going to have the baby.

ACTION: Contact Cynthia Nixon c/o William Morris Agency,
One William Morris Place, Beverly Hills, California 9021

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