Abortion activists have moved into the realm of trying to make killing unborn babies seem funny.
Some are blatant about it, such as Princeton University senior Jenni Lawson. She named her musical comedy, “To All the Babies I’ve Killed Before: A Love/Hate Letter to Storytelling,” according to Campus Reform. The student performance took place April 21 and 22 on campus.
The play “investigate[s] the challenges of being heard and cultivating self-empowerment as a queer, cognitively-disabled (ADHD) woman in artistic spaces that traditionally center archaic, western, patriarchal narratives grounded in firm structures of storytelling and comedy,” the program states.
But throughout the promotional materials, there were contradictions: Abortion is both health care and killing a baby, a choice and a necessity, funny and disturbing enough to warrant a viewer discretion warning.
“Questions of agency and womanhood have, of course, long plagued our society in more ways than just artistic expression,” the program continues. “Today, in the U.S., more than 19 million women live in contraceptive deserts, lacking access to affordable reproductive healthcare, and legislative proposals across many states threaten to exacerbate this disparity even further.”
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This suggests the author knew that aborting unborn babies is not really “healthcare,” it’s “killing.” The program even includes a warning that implies abortions are disturbing, not funny, to most viewers.
“This production includes references to abortion, references to body dysmorphia and eating disorders, vehicular assault, references to and depictions of physical assault, and gunshot sounds,” the warning states.
But the musical promoted abortions anyway – and even encouraged viewers to visit the billion-dollar abortion chain Planned Parenthood.
“Visit the Planned Parenthood website to learn more about reproductive healthcare resources in our local community and/or to donate to Planned Parenthood of Northern, Central, and Southern New Jersey,” a website for the play states.
Other artists have tried to create comedy films and plays about abortion. But they always flop because most people, including some who support legalized abortion, realize that aborting an unborn baby is no laughing matter.