Under the government of Trump are the subsidies of Planned Parenthood on loose screws. Various celebrities are supporting the non-profit organization openly. Also fashion brands jump on the bandwagon. In a new video from Proenza Schouler to tell Jemima Kirke, Amber Valletta, Hari Nef, Hanne Gaby Odiele and other inspiring women about their take on femininity, sex, and shame.
Planned Parenthood is the U.s. non-profit organization that stands for safe and affordable sexual health and family planning. The organisation believes in the right of every individual to his or her reproduction to manage by yourself. They help people regardless of income, age, sexual orientation or country of origin. The American non-profit health organization provides, inter alia, sexual education encourages sexual transmitted diseases and provides the appropriate treatment. Also answer questions about sexuality, they write contraception for and with them – if necessary or desired – abortions.
That women at the clinics of Planned Parenthood, an abortion may undergo, it is also the reason why there is so much controversy around the organization. In a country like the United States, where conservative and religious circles are very pronounced Pro-Life, organizations that abortion defend the heavy to endure, both on a social and political level.
The fashion brand Proenza Schouler wants to be with a new video to support the organization. For this they can count on the help of director Harley Weir, who are of different inspiring women in front of the lens took. Amber Valletta tells the Bible story of Adam and Eve, transvrouw Hari Nef explains what femininity means to her, Jemima Kirke looks back at the birth of her children, and the Belgian intersex model Hanne Gaby Odiele shows that you are also a role model for others without their own children to give birth. Piece for piece, they leave their light on what femininity, gender and sexuality means for them.
At the end of the video is a call placed to Planned Parenthood to support. According to the fashion brand and the models of service organisation, namely, a vital non-profit for millions of women.