Just when you thought left-leaning magazines targeting young female readers couldn’t get any weirder…
Cosmopolitan, a woman’s magazine based out of the United States, is now promoting a Satanic abortion clinic operating in New Mexico.
The purpose of its recent article appears to be fighting back against the “religious right,” a group of people that are generally unsupportive of abortion.
Samuel Alito’s Mom’s Satanic Abortion Clinic. Does it sound like pure clickbait? Sure. But beneath the outlandish branding lies a sincere mission: The New Mexico–based telehealth practice, a legitimate medical entity run by an accredited clinical team, offers abortion care to patients within state lines.
The staff prescribes abortion pills (at $91 per set, a competitive price) up until the eleventh week of pregnancy and offers 24/7 phone access to licensed medical personnel to anyone in need. It’s just that they’re also Satanists, members of a religious organization called The Satanic Temple.
Read the full article by Arielle Domb at Cosmopolitan here.
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