Pro-abortion feminist Gloria Steinem soon will be honored with a movie about her life.
The now 83-year-old Steinem has advocated for the legalized killing of unborn babies throughout most of her life, and her abortion advocacy has earned her icon status among many feminists.
Stars at 60 reports Julianne Moore is slated to play Steinem in the new film “My Life on the Road,” based on Steinem’s best-selling memoir. Julie Taymor will be the director, while Sarah Ruhl is adapting the book to film, according to Variety.
A journalist and the editor of Ms magazine, Steinem has been one of the most vocal and well-known individuals in the modern feminist movement. She also is a radical abortion supporter.
Here’s more from the report:
In the early days Steinem was a reluctant spokesperson but went on to become one of the biggest voices of the feminist movement.
Did you know Steinem was also a Playboy Bunny? Well, sort of. She dressed as one to go undercover in an effort to expose Playboy Founder Hugh Hefner and the claims girls in his clubs had a glamorous and exciting job. She faked her identity to get the job and after working there for two weeks wrote about the experience, talking about the tiny costumes, poor conditions or how they received demerit points for lateness, messy hair or chewing gum, which all came at a financial cost.
… A journalist, she went on to become the first editor of Ms magazine in the US. It was her outspoken writing on many social issues, including abortion, that got her notoriety. She’s been famous for many of her quotes including ‘A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle’.
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Steinem also has claimed that legalized abortion is a social good because “forced childbirth” causes global warming.
“Listen, what causes climate deprivation is population,” she said earlier this year. “If we had not been systematically forcing women to have children they don’t want or can’t care for over the 500 years of patriarchy, we wouldn’t have the climate problems that we have.”
Steinem once had an abortion. She said the abortionist told her to do the best she could in life and she thinks she has done that by pushing abortion across the world.
Although abortion stops the heartbeats of thousands of females and continues to leave negative mental and physical effects on women, Steinem said in a 2016 speech to Planned Parenthood that “there is no cause on earth more important” than giving women easy access to abortions.