Atlanta, GA —

With the Roe vs. Wade decision in 1973, wire clothes hangers lost their popularity and relevance in US society. Things became even worse for wire hangers after the release of the 1981 movie “Mommy Dearest.”

“The last several decades have been very difficult for us and we’re very excited at the chance to become relevant again,” said a local wire clothes hanger. “We figured our days of being useful were over after the Roe v. Wade decision made abortion legal for women. Gone were the days of unsafe abortion practices. And let’s be honest, using a wire hanger to hang your clothing is just plain tacky. We’ve felt ostracized and irrelevant for far too long. But now with several states proposing their own anti-abortion laws, and most notably the Heartbeat Bill signed into law by Georgia’s Governor Brian Kemp, we are eager to become a useful tool once again.” 

The wire hanger continues, “We’ve always been pro-choice. So if and when more states pass anti-abortion laws, and especially when the Supreme Court overturns Roe vs Wade, we just want women in this country to know they can depend on us 100% for all their abortion needs. We will be there for them when they need that unwanted fetus ripped unsafely out of their bodies.”  

By Catricia, Image Edit: Andrew Froese

Photo by Clean Wal-Mart / CC BY 2.0

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