If you want to understand the entertainment industry and abortion, look no further than Kelly. The R&B singer has become a trafficker and sexual abuser of underage girls after being convicted of all charges of running a child sex ring. One victim revealed that for a small sum of 500 500, Kelly received documents that now lie about the age of the deceased singer Ali so that she could marry him for the sole purpose of having an abortion.
Aaliyah was 15. At that time, only a parent could sign up for an abortion.
Another victim – one of the many underage women who was literally imprisoned, raped and trafficked for asking for the star – recently testified that the singer also forced her to have an unwanted abortion.
Ali’s story reminds me of the abortion story of comedian Chelsea Handler, which was supposed to be one of the “powerful” #ShoutYourAbortion issues but instead came out strangely masculine. Handler told Rosie O’Donnell that she was excited about being a mother and wanted to keep the baby. Her parents pressured her to have an abortion. “I was trying to argue with them and they were, ‘You don’t understand. You’re throwing away your whole life. You’re not having children right now.'” So her dad took her to the clinic. Handler wrote an article about her two teenage abortions for a women-empowerment magazine called Playboy, whose founder, Hugh Hefner, was proud of his role in openly funding and advancing the abortion program.
In her essay, she writes, “And I just had an abortion; I had two in the same year, got pregnant by the same guy. He did not elaborate on whether his father fired him a second time. Such as generous husbands and fathers.
But if you really want to look farther, you can go back to our old friend Harvey Weinstein, now accused of raping women. Although she has always been a supporter carrying the abortion card, she was especially vocal when women left and right started accusing her of rape and sexual harassment. She sat next to Hillary Clinton, the presidential candidate in the planned Parenthood 100 and the abortion lobby, who was accused of raping her husband’s assailants.M Anniversary celebrations and six-figure grant pledges. She called it a “fight for planned paternity and a good fight for women’s rights.” She has even given a chair to abortion queen Gloria Steinme and made a film of sexual harassment on the college campus.
But to quote author Mary Iberstadt, she was “a wolf in the garb of a planned fatherhood.”
Hollywood has arguably been the most vocal mouthpiece for the abortion lobby, especially in recent years it has been distracted by anxious exposures and a narrow pool of clients. Hollywood has made extra efforts to make abortion look new and shiny. At the Golden Globes, Michelle Williams in a beautiful orange one-shoulder dress is trying to convince us that women still need abortions to be successful.
In fact, about 50 years Rowe vs. Wade Hollywood actually looks like Harvey Weinstein sweating in an orange jumpsuit. Hollywood patriarchs have conquered abortion because it was an essential tool for them to use and abuse women for money and sex, while literally throwing out weak and innocent consequences. Consider the late Hugh Hefner. When a Vanity Fair reporter challenged her to say, “But feminists still oppose you for considering women as objects,” her response was clear. “They Is Object! “She answered.
Two things are certain with abortion before the Supreme Court this autumn: We are forced to hear from Hollywood abortion brothers and their Starlet victims why abortion is needed. But we can be sure that their credibility in terms of women’s empowerment is all zero. After all, they are actors.