Web TV comedy series wants to ‘normalize’ abortion by making it funny

What’s going on?

“Ctrl Alt Del” is a scripted comedy web series available to watch on Facebook that seeks to “normalize” abortion through jokes.

Who is behind this show?

The “abortion comedy” comes from Roni Geva and Margaret Katch. The 7-part narrative using real women’s stories plays out at the same clinic.

What do the creators say about it?

“When we had our abortions, we looked to the media for stories to relate to and found a whole lot of nothing,” the show’s Facebook page says. “So we decided to change the narrative.”

Glenn’s take:

This comedy series on a macabre topic came about after Geva looked back on how “judgey” she once was toward a woman who had had many abortions. That reasoning only makes sense if you, like progressives, also believe that judging people is one of the seven deadly sins.

“As anyone will tell you, there’s nothing more hilarious than abortion,” Glenn said sarcastically on today’s show.

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