“Friends” Creator Marta Kauffman Advocates Abortion by Trashing Women: They’re “People With Wombs”

A year after the reversal of Roe vs. Wade, Hollywood is still furious, and now they’re even saying that women can’t work unless they know they have “access” to killing their unborn children.

According to a recent story from The Hollywood Reporter (THR), actress Lily Tomlin, feminist lawyer Gloria Allred and Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman led a group of Hollywood elite women called “Showrunners for Abortion Rights” in a picketed outside Amazon Studios on Friday to demand “protection” for people to work in states that have enacted legal protections for unborn children.

One protester suggested to Amazon Studios:

“…perhaps instead of figuring out how drones can safely fly our packages to our doorstep, you can figure out how a Medevac can safely fly our crewmembers to a hospital.”

Yes, they really expect studios to provide Medevac helicopters to fly them from a set if they need an out-of-state abortion. Why not a limo too, while they’re at it?

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Apparently, these powerhouses of “womb people” are not as strong as they say. Another protester was quoted as saying:

“The work we do is impossible without access to abortion and reproductive health care in general. Many, if not most of us, would not be able to do the work we do without knowing that we have that access.”

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To decode the semantics, they say they cannot function in a professional capacity unless they know an abortion clinic is nearby. They are such brave, strong feminists! (sarcasm)

If groups like this spent more time pooling resources to help women choose life as they fight abortion, the abortion rate would drop dramatically.

Pro-lifer Frederica Mathewes-Green once wisely said, “No woman wants an abortion as much as she wants an ice cream cone or a Porsche. She wants an abortion as an animal caught in a trap wants to bite its own leg .”

In fact, as Katie Yoder reports for Our Sunday Visitor“A peer-reviewed studies of the Charlotte Lozier Institute (CLI), the research arm of Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America, recently found that ‘nearly 70% of abortions are coerced, unwanted, or inconsistent with women’s wishes,’ according to a CLI press release.”

THR reported that Kauffman cried at the event:

“We will not stand up for women and people with wombs, as Gloria [Allred] said, who are at risk just because they want to work. This is a discrimination issue.”

A discrimination issue? The only ones discriminated against are the weak unborn children who cannot speak for themselves.

Even Hollywood has it shoved abortion down our throats with all their propaganda-filled shows, the coalition calls for more brainwashing. According to THR, Tomlin said:

“You, the storytellers, don’t have to imagine a world like the Handmaid’s Tale, because we’re pretty close to that now. What you have to do is tell the stories about what women are facing across the country.”

Make sure to keep quiet about the 70 percent, am I right? We cannot release their stories. (again, sarcasm)

Allred called for an outright ban on filming in states that protect unborn children, as THR reported:

“In my opinion, SAG-AFTRA, the Directors Guild, the Producers Guild, the Writers Guild, the technical and craft guilds should not participate in the production of films in states that ban abortion. I think we should demand that our unions protect our vulnerable wombs.”

It’s not wombs that are weak. The precious unborn children inside those wombs are vulnerable and deserve protection. Leave it to Hollywood to bring it back entirely, though.

As always, we’ll be sure to look forward to the onslaught of abortion propaganda coming to television from these women so you don’t have to!

LifeNews Note: Dawn Slusher writes for Newsbusterswhere is this originally appeared.

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