NYC Hosts ‘Abortion is Normal’ Art Exhibit

An organization known as Downtown for Democracy is sponsoring an art exhibit in New York City for the rest of January. It claims to be a self-described “emergency” exhibit and is an “urgent call-to-action exhibition to raise both awareness and funding in support of accessible, safe, and legal abortion.” To support aborticide, the exhibit has posted photos of graphic depictions of genitalia and appropriately, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Please exercise caution when clicking on links related to the exhibit as they are not wholesome and are mostly “not safe for work.”

The filthy, pornographic exhibit says it is designed to be a “heterogeneous array of artists countering with their personal response to abortion and abortion access in order to create an inclusive and empathetic entry point to this conversation.”

The exhibit claims, “Downtown for Democracy, the cultural Super PAC, is pleased to announce Abortion Is Normal, an exhibition organized by a collective of cultural practitioners as an urgent call-to-action to raise both awareness and funding in support of accessible, safe, and legal abortion. This show comes at a time when legal abortion is under acute attack throughout the United States, with fifty-eight restrictive laws passed in the United States since January 2019 alone. Simultaneously, the 1973 landmark ruling, Roe vs. Wade, which federally sanction the right to choose, is in jeopardy of being reversed.”

Abortion is Normal is co-curated by Jasmine Wahi and Rebecca Pauline Jampol, and co- organized by Marilyn Minter, Gina Nanni, Laurie Simmons, and Sandy Tait. The two-part exhibition will take place at Eva Presenhuber and Arsenal Contemporary in New York City, opening at Eva Presenhuber at 39 Great Jones Street on Thursday, January 9, through Saturday, January 18, and at Arsenal Contemporary.

Purchases from the exhibit are considered political donations to the Democratic Party.

The artwork mostly looks like it was finger-painting by elementary school children with learning disabilities.

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