Entries for the ‘Pop Culture’ Category

Seinfeld on new fatherhood initiative: “Being there” matters

by Carder It’s such a gigantic piece of life for the man, and even more so for the child, because the lack of a father in the child’s life is a very big factor in perpetuating the poverty cycle…. Fathers always think, ‘Well I have to know a lot,’ and what they have to know […]

Bruce Jenner wanted ex-wife to abort daughter

by Carder Bruce Jenner wanted his first wife to get an abortion when she found out she was pregnant during the middle of their divorce in the late 1970s, his daughter said. In the same interview where Jenner made his debut as “Caitlyn,” Casey Jenner (pictured) told Vanity Fair the story of her birth. Jenner […]

Questions surround artist Frida Kahlo’s “El Aborto” lithograph

by Carder Kahlo depicted herself mourning with tears rolling down her cheeks. At the bottom left, she drew a healthy fetus attached to her by an umbilical cord, suggesting her unfulfilled role as a mother. On the right, an arm holding a heart-shaped palette for paint emerges from behind her body, as if to assert […]

Pro-choicer: Hollywood abortion portrayal hasn’t changed enough

by Carder Hollywood has long been reluctant to offer realistic depictions of what it’s like to end a pregnancy, despite the fact that roughly 1 in 3 American women will have an abortion before age 45. When it does summon the courage to address the issue at all, Tinseltown has too often distorted the facts […]

Pro-choice documentary nominated for College Television Awards

by Carder They considered featuring several doctors who travel across the country to areas where access to abortions is limited, but some doctors were reluctant to be publicized. Others were not available in the students’ timeframe. Ultimately they focused on just one, Dr. Shannon Carr…. They interviewed “lots of legislators,” “a woman who traveled 100 […]

Dad does the math: Stay-at-home moms should earn $74k/yr

Steven… delved into online research and even consulted some experts to figure out how much his wife’s work would actually earn her. The amounts were pretty staggering: Cleaning Service: $50 to 100 per visit at least once a week. Personal Shopper: $65 per hour at four hours a week. Chef: $240 a week. Laundry: $25 a […]

Snoop Dogg makes joke about Justin Bieber and abortion

by Carder Now when your mama was 17-years-old and got pregnant, everybody told her to get an abortion, right? And they still trying to convince her right now. ~ Rapper Snoop Dogg poking fun at singer Justin Bieber on Comedy Central’s Roast of Justin Bieber, as quoted by Newsbusters, April 1

Pro-lifer kidnaps a pregnant woman in abortion play

by Carder Keely is a pregnant woman, kidnapped outside an abortion clinic and secreted away to a place where she is to be a prisoner until her unwanted child is born. Du is the nurse who watches over Keely — for a number of reasons that become more disturbingly clear as time goes on. ~ […]


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