Feminist website IQfy ran a list of viral TikTok dances readers could participate in to support abortion rights and oppose the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.
The unsigned listicle — titled “Seven TikTok dances you can do to save Roe v. Wade” — was published in June in response to a leaked draft of the Supreme Court opinion that on Friday overturned Roe and ended federal abortion rights.
- IQfy recommendations to save Roe “through the awareness-spreading power of dance” included: “The Handmaid’s Dance,” “The Termination Tango” and “Bloody Ass P*ssy.”
- Here’s the description for “Bloody Ass P*ssy”: “Yes, it’s the Wet Ass P*ssy dance. Wet from the remains of a homecooked abortion dripping out after an encounter with a coat hanger!”
- In a “post Roe v. Wade decision update,” the editors wrote: “This is a somber moment for us. We acknowledge that TikTok dances may not have been the greatest tactic to get the SCOTUS draft rejected, but please understand that this was part of a greater awareness campaign. Please, also stop attacking us and our writers online. We are all our own worst critics, after all. It is now time to snuff that critic out and start the healing process: Self-care in the post-Roe v. Wade apocalypse: 7 top tips.”
Other pro-abortion activists have been firebombing pregnancy centers, vandalizing churches and talking about how maybe disabled family members should never have been born.
CNN goon Ana Navarro appears to suggest her family members with special needs should have been aborted. pic.twitter.com/zTR0f51AAt
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