Disney+ promotes drag queen special for children (and other stories)

A roundup of news and commentary from around the interwebs.

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Good news from the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition:

A 31-year-old woman who was approved for (MAiD) euthanasia based on her condition that (MCS) that causes her to have strong allergic sensitivities to chemicals, has been helped by individual donors who have enabled her to move to a location that does not trigger her allergic sensitivities.

Read the whole thing.

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This is the best line from this savage video from Live Action on pro-choice men: “It’s ridiculous that just because I’m the father, I’m expected to be the dad.”

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The latest revelation from Christopher Rufo:

The fall of a great American company continues.

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A Portland BLM activists documented her graphic, late-term abortion on Twitter. Pro-choice ideology truly poisons the soul. She aborted the child at nearly 28 weeks, and writes bluntly: “After a grueling night filled with so much pain that I needed an epidural, morphine, and fentanyl, I gave birth to a just over 2Ib, 7inch, girl. With no heartbeat.”

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Japan is on the verge of making the abortion pill available—but it will likely require the woman to seek her partner’s permission first, and the cost may be a prohibitive $780. With a cratering birthrate and aging population, making it easier to kill the young seems like a suicidal decision.

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Meanwhile, the U.S. birthrate sees the first slight bump in years. What will happen if Roe falls next month?

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More soon.

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