Ever since the Supreme Court overturned Roe, abortion access is on everyone’s mind. This is especially true for Latinx voters, who indicated abortion was a top-five concern for them for the first time ever, and people living in California, Kentucky, Michigan, Montana, and Vermont, who all voted on abortion rights in the most recent midterms.
Even in the dating world, singles are using badges on their online profiles to indicate their pro-choice stance. And in an exclusive survey POPSUGAR conducted, we found that 89 percent of participants would not date someone who is antichoice — and 91 percent of participants would not have sex with someone who is antichoice.
But with all the conversations stirring on abortion access and reproductive rights in general — online, in person, and on the ballot — why is it that we’re not seeing more of these conversations surface on reality TV shows? Especially ones that involve falling in love.
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