Disney’s Abortion Tourism
Now that the SCOTUS has finally announced its ruling on the Dobbs case and has overturned Roe, it’s time for the left to go all batcrap lunatic.
From unhinged protestors making their pro-choice argument in four letter words beginning with F, to riots in Los Angeles, to crocodile tears on media (social and otherwise)--the left done lost it.
Not one to miss an opportunity, Disney has entered the lunacy fray with a new woke employee policy. If you work for Disney and get pregnant, they will pay for your abortion, including the travel expenses if you live in a State that makes it hard for you to get an abortion. The direct quote from the memo:
“Please know that our company remains committed to removing barriers and providing comprehensive access to quality and affordable care for all of our employees, cast members and their families, including family planning and reproductive care, no matter where they live. In fact, we have processes in place so that an employee who may be unable to access care in one location has affordable coverage for receiving similar levels of care in another location. This travel benefit covers medical situations related to cancer treatments, transplants, rare disease treatment and family planning (including pregnancy-related decisions).”
In the case of abortion, Disney is not doing this out of altruistic motives.
They are doing it because it’s cheaper to pay for an abortion and the related travel expenses than it is to give a woman maternity leave.
Sounds like a win for feminism to me.
Dick’s Sporting Goods made a similar announcement, with a spending cap. $4,000. A bargain considering the combined costs of lost work, maternity leave and potentially having to hire temporary employees.
All of this only proves that abortion tourism will really be a thing.
It also proves that overturning Roe did not end abortion.
Even in pro-life states.
The day after Roe was overturned, Whole Woman’s Health in Fort Worth, TX re-opened with the abortionist on site. I know because I was there and saw it. There was even a turn away in the parking lot when one of my friends talked the couple into getting an ultrasound at an pregnancy resource center.
In Texas. THAT Texas.
The battle is not over. Whether it’s abortion tourism or chemical abortion, done at home, sometimes with support through the internet, the battle lines are shifting but make no mistake, Babies Are Still Murdered Here.
This is why Loor is committed to bringing you the animated series EXPOSED, which exposes the uncomfortable truths no one wants to talk about about the battles for life that exist in our culture.
No one else will do it like we do it. No other streaming service has the guts or commitment.
I went to a movie yesterday and I’ve been thinking about the previews ever since. I don’t make it to the theater as often as I would like, and every time I go I’m reminded how much I love it!
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