Along with plenty of telenovela touches, “Jane the Virgin” is wonderfully rife with feminism; in fact, it’s a media moment where the Bechdel test seems superfluous and outdated (which is at it should be).
“Here’s what I see: a complacency among the generation of young women whose entire lives have been lived after Roe v. Wade was decided,” Wasserman Schultz told New York Magazine—to be met with outrage from “grassroots progressives” in the form of apetition calling for her resignation from Credo Action.
“Gilmore Girls” values human life by showing not a sanitized, Planned Parenthood-esque view of childbearing but something closer to the reality—the process of having a child can be inconvenient, frustrating, scary, difficult and the opposite of carefully planned.
After hearing about the abortion episode of “Scandal,” all I could think about was the abortion that didn’t happen on “The Mindy Project,” one show that has been under fire for not including a pro-choice storyline.
I was tired of claiming to be pro-life but then doing nothing to fight for the unborn …