The New “Abortion Road Trip” Movie Trend Seeks to Normalize Abortion for Young Girls

The term “road trip” used to mean jumping in a car with friends or family to go on an adventure—maybe to watch the Olympic Games (as in the 2002 Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen film Getting There) or perhaps just to get home to your loved ones (as in Planes, Trains and Automobiles). But lately, we’ve seen a trend of a different kind of road trip: One where the destination is an abortion clinic.

Never Rarely Sometimes Always and Unpregnant are two movies released this year that focus on this new trend. And while these movies (in true road trip fashion) suggest that it’s about the journey, not the destination, they still end with their title characters terminating their pregnancies.

In Never Rarely Sometimes Always (which came out in March), audiences are introduced...

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