Roe v. Wade Overturned, Gay Men Hit Hardest

Roe v. Wade Overturned, Gay Men Hit Hardest

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The homosexual community was just healing from the latest episode of This Is Us, and now this?

The Supreme Court, a government body infamous for not being gay despite repeated warnings, abolished abortion last week. An aggressive attack that disproportionately targets homosexual men.

“Their agenda against us is so blatant,” Dallas’ Josh McGayhee fumed. “The Supreme Court should have just lined up us gay men, asked us to bend over, then ran past us, smacking our butts. No, really, they should have done that. Can that be arranged?”

Rumors are CNN’s Don Lemon was spotted hosting a primetime cable show where he didn’t hold back on the Justices.

“This ruling will not only affect my birthing options, but it will also prevent the abortions of people with Downs Syndrome,” he yelled pointing at the camera. “Can you imagine? Someone with Downs Syndrome being hoisted on the public against their will! Look at me! Look at my face on your TV! Can you even imagine that?!”

Update: Some are now arguing the reversal of Roe v. Wade affects more than just gay men.

“Ever since this bill passed, a lot of attractive men are refusing to be intimate with me!” Hillary Clinton shrieked in protest.

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