IN People ON
"It was just another side of the news about the recent law signing of Indiana Governor Mike Pence"
Politicians can always do what they want while they are in power. In making and signing laws, for example, some could be seen as beneficial, but some cannot be tolerated. It is normal for the members of the society to initiate discourses and debates about some situations and emerging policies for the state. But when you see that steps they do seem backward or decelerating, you can have three choices: live with it, fight against it with militancy, intellect and/or facts and figures, and make fun of them/ be creative about them, to release your lighter form of revenge.
This story is more like the combination of the second and third choices. What these people did is some protest--in a very creative manner.
Should people celebrate from this 'huge leap'?
Just recently, Pence signed a federal law banning abortion, with specifications depending on race, sex, and disability.
Ultrasound 18 hours before abortion should be carried out, doctors are required to interrogate the mother about the purpose of abortion, and all these related stuff.
It's anti-choice; lesser freedom.
They might be anonymous, but their intention is pure and directed against this law.
This is basically trolling the governor and his acts, by providing 'conversations' about women calling in the office to tell about their pregnancy problems and reproductive health concerns. They're trolling a lot.
The office representative went crazy. She figured out that a certain 'Sue Magina' is messing up on her. Why not? These women are messed up too. She's the voice.
"We won't until you revoke it," say the Indiana women.