A chapter of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) has decided to partner with the abortion and contraception giant Planned Parenthood by hosting a pre-game rally and donating a portion of the game’s ticket sales to the organization. “Access to affordable, quality health care, including a full range of reproductive care, is a critical precondition for anyone — especially girls and women, to pursue their dreams and grow into their best selves,” Seattle
Storm Co-owner Dawn Trudeau of Force 10 Hoops said in a press release. “The essential services provided by Planned Parenthood make the organization a natural ally and partner for the Storm.” Force 10 Hoops has organized a “Stand with Planned Parenthood” rally on July 18, which will take place prior to the Storms’ game against the Chicago Sky at the KeyArena West Plaza. $5 of every ticket sold for the Chicago Sky game will be donated to Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and the Hawaiian Islands. READ MORE
Hopefully no one shows up to that game.