From tampon chandeliers to lollipops to ice cream flavors, abortion activists keep coming up with bizarre new ways to support the top abortion business in America.
Last week, New York artist Ivy Hu launched a new app called Ooti the Uterus to raise money for Planned Parenthood, according to the Huffington Post.
The app allows iMessage users to send uterus emojis and a pink p—-hat to their friends. All profits from the app will be donated to the Planned Parenthood abortion chain, Hu said.
The app costs $1.99 and includes 26 animated uterus emojis and a pink p—- hat. The app allows users to send “expressive” cartoon uterus emojis that drink cold brew, waste time on their phone, sleep, read and more.
Ooti the Uterus was built to “celebrate this amazing reproductive organ” and “the fantastic health services Planned Parenthood provides,” according to the creator’s mission statement. Hu said she designed it with millennials in mind.
Of course, none of the emojis celebrate the organ’s primary function: its ability to protect and bear children. Instead, it celebrates Planned Parenthood, the group that destroys more unborn babies than any other abortion business in the United States. In 2015, Planned Parenthood performed 328,348 abortions, nearly 5,000 more than the previous year.
Other abortion activists have sold lollipops, chandeliers made out of tampons, specialty ice cream and other bizarre items to raise money for the abortion chain. In the spring, some of the top pastry chefs in New York City also held a bake sale with cookies and other items to benefit Planned Parenthood.
If only abortion activists put as much effort and creativity into helping pregnant moms and babies as they do into promoting abortion, who knows how many more lives would be saved. Instead, they choose to promote a giant abortion corporation that cares more about killing unborn babies than actually providing health care to women.