Pop singer Britney Spears announced the abortion of her “baby baby” on Saturday, after her first success came to a tragic end when she came under the custody of her father.
Spears, in a joint statement with fiancee Sam Asgari, said in an Instagram post Saturday that “our deepest regret” is to announce a bad purchase.
“It is with deep sadness that we have to announce the loss of our miracle baby in early pregnancy,” the statement said.
“This is a devastating time for any parent. Maybe we should have waited with the announcement until it was moved further, but we are very happy to share the good news,” he said. “Our love for each other is our strength. We will continue to strive to grow our beautiful family. We appreciate your support. We ask for privacy in this difficult time. ”
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The pop singer announced she was pregnant this April in an Instagram post that appeared after her father’s reproductive-inhibiting care forced her to use an IUD.
At the time, liberals and conservatives alike rallied against his cause, and both sides realized that it violated his bodily autonomy and reproductive rights at the same time. New York Times compared such practices to forced sterilization under eugenics.
“Court-sanctioned mandatory birth control is rare in care. But the specter it causes – forced sterilization – has a dark and far-reaching history in the United States, particularly as it relates to poor women, women of color, and prisoners. In the early 20th century, state-approved practices were upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court.
“Eugenics is the main argument in favor of female sterilization. in the case of 1927 Buck vs. Bell The Supreme Court upheld the right to sterilize a “mentally ill” woman admitted to a state psychiatric hospital, and sadly, Judge Oliver Wendell Holmes continued, “Three generations of imbeciles is enough.”