Planned Parenthood joined the chorus of voices without much Say positive about Netflix’s new Marilyn Monroe biopic blondewill be interviewed today tHutt denounces the film as “anti-abortion propaganda”.
this is THRreached out to sexual and reproductive rights groups for comment on Andrew Dominick’s new film.You won’t hurt me this time ”)
In response to the, Caren Spruch, National Director of Arts and Recreational Activities for the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, said: THR “Because movies and television have shaped many people’s understanding of sexual and reproductive health, it is important that these depictions accurately depict women’s real-world decisions and experiences. Abortion is safe and essential health care, but anti-abortion zealots have fostered stigma against abortion by using medically inaccurate descriptions of the fetus and pregnancy. New Andrew Dominick blondereinforces the message with a CGI speaking fetus drawn to look like a fully formed baby.
Planned Parenthood respects artistic license and freedom. But false images only fuel misinformation and perpetuate the stigma around sexual and reproductive health care. All pregnancy outcomes, especially abortion, should be portrayed sensitively, truthfully, and accurately in the media. We still have a lot of work to do to ensure that everyone who has had an abortion can see themselves on screen. blonde It has chosen to contribute to anti-abortion propaganda and instead stigmatize people’s health care decisions.
Dominique shared the content of the film itself, which is based on the book by Joyce Carol Oates, and for the coverage he was given about it,He suggested a kind of basic disdain for Monroe’s various films.Addressing abortion issues in a recent interview with wraphe said the film is not anti-selective, Misfortune depiction of abortion Rooted in the recent Supreme Court overturn Law vs Wade. “N.If I had made the movie in 2008, nobody would have cared about it, and probably four years from now nobody will care.