This is Tracey Erbacher, the artistic director of Abortion Road Trip, a ‘comedy’ about abortion that’s currently playing in Washington, DC. This is an excerpt from her website promoting her work to destigmatize the killing of prenatal children…
You don’t know it yet, but Abortion Road Trip is the comedy that you really, really need.
Abortion doesn’t have to be tragic. It doesn’t have to be “the most difficult choice a woman can make.”
Sometimes it can be funny.
Sometimes it can be serious.
Sometimes the choice is easy, or nuanced, or exactly right.
Our power as artists lies in the choices we make about the stories we want to tell. And now, right now, we think we all need a comedy about abortion.
Ms. Erbacher is a human being that once passed through the fetal stage of life. Now that she’s been safely born, she uses her radical feminist ideology to advocate for the barbaric destruction of those awaiting their turn at birth. She believes that women need the right to kill their children to be equal to men. This belief is founded on the idea that some lives matter less than others, an idea that has spawned every human atrocity our world has ever known. Ironically, abortion kills over 60,000 female human beings every day, yet feminists think they’re helping women. In fact, they are utterly silent on sex-selective abortion — the targeted killing of prenatal females because they are females.
Love says, “I sacrifice myself for the good of the other person.” Abortion says, “I sacrifice the other person for the good of myself.”