This article talks in part about the "pro-choice" reaction to the movie Juno. I don't by any means think that teen pregnancy should be endorsed or encouraged, but these reactions are ridiculous!
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Her script's insouciant endorsement of teenage pregnancy, with no repercussions, shame or consequences, has angered pro-choice activists who claim it sends out a message that is naive, unrealistic and irresponsible. [Doesn't this sound more like something Christian conservatives would say and that "pro-choicers" would denounce?]
"A teenager who saw this movie would feel like a moral failure for choosing abortion," says feminist commentator Katha Pollitt. [Oh, we wouldn't want that! That would be horrible! We must shield her from this awful truth!]
"The mother in me winced at Juno, that wisp of a child-woman, going through pregnancy and childbirth." [But it's ok for the child-woman to go through an abortion, no biggie, that's what every mother wants for her daughter]
"Juno tells young women the best option is to have the baby, and it glorifies that choice." [God forbid life is glorified! These sick people think the best option is abortion and that abortion should be glorified]
Sounds to me like the only choice these "pro-choice" people support is abortion. As if Juno is so horrible for showing a girl CHOOSING to keep her baby in a positive light.