Lena Dunham & J.J. Abrams Make Animated Film Glorifying Planned Parenthood
Are you an abortion enthusiast, but you’re tired of explaining to a bunch of dumb hillbillies why it’s so great to kill a child before it can inconvenience you? Lena Dunham and J.J. Abrams know your pain, and they’ve created a short film to explain why all those anti-choice baby-huggers are wrong and Planned Parenthood is great. The film is called 100 Years, but with J.J. on board, I’m giving it a new title: The Forceps Awaken.
Lena Dunham is marking the 100th anniversary of Planned Parenthood with an animated short film celebrating the organization’s centennial year.
The film, 100 Years, was produced by Dunham and J.J. Abrams and is narrated by the likes of Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lawrence, America Ferrera, Constance Wu, Mindy Kaling, Hari Nef, and many more.
Do you want to watch it? Me neither, but this is my job. Alright, celebrities, tell me how awesome it is to kill babies:
Apologies to all the women and girls who aren’t alive to watch that because their mothers visited Planned Parenthood.
I love the hand-waving about Margaret Sanger’s fascination with eugenics. Just gloss over that, Lena. “Eww, gross, you guys! But still. Do you want that parasite you’re carrying inside you to destroy your dreams? No? Then get over it.”
Oh, and did you know that without Planned Parenthood, women wouldn’t have access to birth-control pills? It’s not like a doctor anywhere else can prescribe them. Just try getting them at CVS or Walgreens! Nope, without PP, you’re nothing more than a birthing cow for those disgusting, misogynist men.
That bright, chirpy little bit of pastel-painted propaganda was built on a huge mountain of dead babies. And these people can’t figure out why they just lost.