A group of artists in Colorado are working on special “reproductive health”-themed art – including a tampon chandelier – to raise money for the abortion chain Planned Parenthood.
Women’s Caucus for Art Colorado member Linda Gleitz told the Daily Camera that she is passionate about supporting Planned Parenthood. She is helping to organize the art fundraiser for the abortion business.
Gleitz said artists from her group are making a variety of pieces to sell, many of them donating 100 percent of their profits to the abortion chain. The fundraiser also will include a poetry reading and music.
“We do have one gal making a pink chandelier with tampons hanging off of it,” Gleitz told the Camera. “It’s fabulous.”
Of her support for the abortion business, Gleitz said: “I went there when I was younger. I know my daughter and a lot of her friends use that for healthcare.
“You know healthcare is so uncertain right now and you know if 23 million people get kicked off of their coverage and there’s no Planned Parenthood, a lot of people are going to go out without reproductive healthcare,” she continued. “It’s definitely increased the urgency, as have the words of our president, whose name I cannot say.”
The Colorado artists aren’t the first abortion activists to use feminine hygiene products to promote the killing of unborn babies.
Former MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry once wore tampon earrings on the air in response to former Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s signing of a bill banning late-term abortions in Texas. She explained that she was wearing them to protest Texas officials’ “confiscation of tampons at the Texas legislature that abortion activists planned to throw at legislators,” following the bill’s vote.
The Colorado artists and Harris-Perry claim they support women’s health care, but Planned Parenthood does not offer much actual health care to women. Their non-abortion services are very limited. They do not provide mammograms and very few provide prenatal care and adoption information.
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The top priority of Planned Parenthood is abortions. This became very clear earlier this year when President Donald Trump promised to support an increase in taxpayer funding to Planned Parenthood if it gave up abortions and focused on providing real health care.
Planned Parenthood leaders refused and called Trump’s offer “obscene and insulting,” making it very clear that abortion is their true focus.
Abortion is big business for Planned Parenthood. The abortion group’s annual report shows it performed 328,348 abortions on unborn babies in 2015, nearly 5,000 more than the previous year. Planned Parenthood does about one third of all abortions in the U.S.
Planned Parenthood also is performing fewer non-abortion services, according to its annual reports from the past several years. From 2010 to 2014, Planned Parenthood reports showed dramatic decreases in the actual health services it provides, including breast cancer screenings, pap tests and STD tests and treatments.