Glass vases in the restrooms were filled with barrier contraceptives.

Famous people partied it up at a gala hosted by federally-funded abortion service provider Planned Parenthood in New York City on April 16.

The event, organized by Planned Parenthood of Greater New York (PPGNY), allowed stars to show off their modern notions of ‘fashion’ while promoting abortion under the guise of ‘women’s rights’.

Actress Patricia Arquette and rapper Megan Thee Stallion were honored for their pro-death activism during the event.

The abortuary holds such celebrations annually, and big names are always in attendance. In 2013 President Barack Hussein Obama delivered a keynote speech at the event, and in 2017, after losing the presidential election to Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton won the Champion of the Century award there.

The festivities began with cocktails, allowing guests to loosen up and get the party started. Purple lights illuminated the venue providing a very liberal experience. Purple is the official color of International Women’s Day.

When nature called, guests found complementary contraceptive pills in vases placed in the restrooms.

No abortion-themed party would be complete without pro-death protestations of pro-choice symbology, and the gala was definitely not in short supply.

“Guests wore their activism on their sleeves—or rather, their purses and accessories. Handbags were adorned with phrases like “My Body, My Vote,” and “#Resist.” Necklaces draped around necks read “CHOICE,” and dangling earrings engraved with “1973” symbolized the year the United States Supreme Court legalized abortion in Roe v. Wade.,” Vogue said.

Arquette was bestowed the Champion of Change Award. She reminisced on her personal connection to the abortuary. The actress was formerly an employee there.

Stallion was presented with the Catalyst of Change Award, after which the rapper, wearing a dress that was not dissimilar to offerings from Walmart, spoke about how she does what she wants.

“I just wanna kick this off by saying, my body my business, and I do what I wanna do,” the rapper said. “I know I was placed on this earth to be more than just a musician.”

While Stallion conveyed her belief she was placed on earth (conceivably by God) to protect and defend the killing of unborn children, Arquette mostly reflected on her personal experience of love toward the abortuary.

Megan’s speech at the Planned Parenthood Gala:

“This award is special as I’ve always taken my responsibility as a public figure very seriously.

I was placed on this earth to be more than just a musician and I have a bigger purpose to use my voice to speak out against injustice”

— Stallion Updates (@theessmedia) April 17, 2024

St. Vincent said she was honored to attend the gala, and made her statement by taking a photo next to a dumpster while wearing a jacket that appeared to be made out of a cheap tent.

So honored to have been a part of the annual Planned Parenthood gala. There are red carpet pics but I chose this one as a metaphor for the idea that to deny access to women’s health care is garbage. Also, I got lost in the building.

— St. Vincent (@st_vincent) May 2, 2019

One attendant wore a pink cowboy hat, possibly to protect their skin from the purple light.

Megan Thee Stallion and Tiffany Baira taking a picture yesterday at the 2024 Planned Parenthood Gala. 📸

— Stallion Updates (@theessmedia) April 18, 2024

Patricia Arquette attended the celebration wearing a skirt-suit that appeared to take stylistic inspiration from a bath robe.

Megan Thee Stallion in new photo with Patricia Arquette at the Planned Parenthood Gala yesterday.

— Megan News (@MegansCharts) April 18, 2024

If the statements by Stallion were not enough of an indication that abortion may be viewed as a spiritual sacrifice, President Joe Biden recently made the symbol of a cross at the mention of abortion.

Biden makes Sign of the Cross while talking about

— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) April 24, 2024

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