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What Hollywood Producers Are Calling For With Abortion is Disgusting

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Hollywood has a well earned reputation for being a complete and total cesspool of gross and deplorable progressivism, but what Hollywood producers are calling for now is absolutely disgusting in every possible way.

Apparently, these producers are angry that there aren’t enough on-screen abortions happening in popular television, which translates to this: they want more baby murder so they can attempt to normalize it and increase abortion numbers.

This proof that popular entertainment is, and always will be an artistic expression of worldview, thus Christians and conservatives need to be engaging it and creating it, not retreating from it.

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Speaking on a panel this past weekend at the ATX Festival, television producers such as Rina Mimoun (“Everwood”) and Mauricio Mota (“East Los High”) called for more shows to feature abortions while condemning the lack of representation as “controlling women.”

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The “Her Body, Her Choice” panel, presented by USC’s Hollywood Health & Society organization, discussed the importance of featuring storylines that talk about abortion, albeit in a way that benefits the feminist agenda. Mimoun and Mota have both explored the topic on their shows.

“It’s very important to talk about abortion, but it’s important to talk about the systemic things related to abortion,” said Mota.

Mimoun said that abortion should be treated more casually, like an everyday thing. “It would be nice if it was just part of the conversation and didn’t have to be so special and so earnest and so important,” said Mimoun.

The two producers held up “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” “Scandal,” and “Friday Night Lights” as the gold standard for shows that feature abortion. “Scandal” became famous for featuring the main character, Olivia Pope, undergoing an abortion as “Silent Night” played in the background.

The panel was apparently not pleased with hit drama “This Is Us,” for not discussing abortion when two characters, Randall and Beth, find out she is pregnant again. Mimoun said “such a couple would think about it.”

What does it mean that “such a couple would think about it?” Is she referring, covertly, to the fact the two characters are black? Interesting choice of words, isn’t it?

These people truly and honestly believe that the lack of on screen abortions is about “controlling women,” rather than acknowledging that maybe, just maybe, the idea of murdering babies in the womb is rather uncomfortable and upsetting to people who aren’t natural born sociopaths.

Again, this is how the left seeks to normalize deviant behavior, by pushing their agenda wrapped in art and entertainment. It’s gross, but we as conservatives and Christians have only ourselves to blame, as we have, for far too long, have left these areas unengaged with the gospel and biblical principles for living.

Source: The Daily Wire

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