Skip to comments.Abortion No Longer Taboo Topic on Prime Time Television
Posted on 11/02/2011 11:17:49 AM PDT by surroundedbyblue
Once a taboo topic on TV, abortion is being worked into the storylines of popular prime time series from Friday Night Lights to Greys Anatomy. And last week it was announced that Alan Ball, creator of HBOs True Blood, is working on a new HBO series called Wichita, which will be based on the life of Dr. George Tiller, the abortion clinic doctor who was shot and killed by a pro-life activist in 2009.
As plotlines involving abortion become more commonplace, some are celebrating the erosion of stigmas surrounding abortion, while others grow increasingly alarmed.
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Yep. ‘Six Feet Under’ started off as a good show, but ended up being ‘all gay, all the time’.
I tried to watch it once. I got five minutes in before two men were having sex against a car in a parking garage... that was all I could take.
I haven’t read the book, but I have seen the film, and Homer’s defining moment is when he accepts that sometimes abortions are necessary.
I consider the movie to be pro-abortion. Not sure about the book.
Of course you’re correct. It’s no secret that “Cider House” is a pro-abortion film.
Of course. Why else would the New York Times review it favorably?
Homer (Tobey Maguire) is portrayed as a naive simpleton because of his opposition to abortion. His character arc comes when he performs an abortion. He is then shown as enlightened.
The movie is pro-abortion. I don’t believe that any abortions are necessary.