Lena Dunham is a slimy ball of pudge and vacuousness. Having electrodes wired to your testes is preferable to looking at her. Or even hearing her speak. Well, Lena is out to prove she’s just as stupid as she is icky. She and some of her celebrity friends decided to take a break from Trump-bashing to make a video celebrating 100 years of
baby-killing Planned Parenthood. It’s of course laced with fawning praise of Margaret Sanger, noted racist and eugenicist. The only way to watch it without sending you into tantrums is with Crowder’s point by point rebuttal.
On Tuesday, Lena Dunham premiered 100 Years, an animated short film about Planned Parenthood she co-directed, via her Lenny Letter and Now This Her.
“We’ve been working on the film for over a year in an attempt to shed light on Planned Parenthood’s remarkable history and ongoing battle to keep serving the people who show up to their health centers every day of the year,” said Dunham. “I really think it’s the best cartoon about the history of reproductive freedom ever made, but it may also be the only cartoon about the history of reproductive freedom ever made.”
Meryl Streep, America Ferrera, Hari Nef, Mindy Kaling, Jennifer Lawrence and Constance Wu also collaborated on the film, lending their voices as narrators. The film tells the history of Planned Parenthood, from when Margaret Sanger started the organization to when the birth control pill was created, and discusses abortion-related legislation like Roe v. Wade and the Hyde Amendment.
Notice when these wretched succubi gleefully call abortionists “OGs?” Which is cultural appropriation, by the way. Consider that your first and only warning, J. Law. Referring to abortionists like they’re heroes might trigger alarms. We don’t blame you. But, you shouldn’t be surprised. These same women consider Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, to be like the Virgin Mary. A Virgin Mary who was Gran Torino levels of racist and a leading voice in the eugenics movement. For serious. If ever there was one worthy of the “literally Hitler” label, it was that broad.