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Witness The Trauma Of Abortion Clinic Harassment In Virtual Reality


Witness The Trauma Of Abortion Clinic Harassment In Virtual Reality
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As abortion access continues to come under threat in Congress, women who are trying to access the procedure are regularly confronted with anti-abortion harassment and vitriol outside of clinics nationwide. Planned Parenthoodâs new virtual reality video, âAcross the Line,â aims to show just how intense that experience can be. The 8-minute video opens with a patient meeting her doctor, and recovering from the harassment she was victim to on the sidewalk. The video uses VR and CGI animation to show what the experience of being harassed is like from the patientâs perspective. On her way into the building, she hears misogynist insults and manipulative and inaccurate medical information about why she should carry her pregnancy to term.âIâm so sorry you had to go through that,â her doctor says.

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