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Filtering by Tag: #plannedparenthood


Caroline Slusarczyk

Kevin Lamarque/Reuters

Kevin Lamarque/Reuters

On Friday, January 20th, Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States and a week later he has already made several executive orders and serious changes to Barack Obama’s administration.  Several changes will have serious effects on Americans into the future.  

Below are THE WANNA'S top five changes Trump executed his first week in office.  HOW WILL THEY EFFECT YOU? 

1. Trump Signs Executive Order to Defund International Planned Parenthood

The Monday after his Inauguration, Trump signed an executive order cutting federal funds from organizations that support abortion around the world.  The policy is known as the Mexico City Policy, or Global Gag Rule, and it will stop funds going to overseas organizations that perform abortions.  Trump signed the order keeping in tradition with every Republican President after Ronald Reagan who signed it.

This caused outrage among many, who say that now even more women and babies will die as a result of seeking unsafe abortions overseas.  Many people have reacted on Twitter to a photo of the signing that shows several “men making decisions about women’s bodies.”  Check out some of the tweets here.

2. Trump’s Mexican Border Wall

Throughout his campaign and after his Election, Trump has promised to build a wall along the length of the Southern U.S. border with Mexico.  Trump announced his plans to make Mexico pay for the building of the wall, but Mexico’s President Enrique Pena Nieto refuses to acquiesce.  Tensions between the two leaders have grown as Nieto cancelled his planned meeting with Trump following Trump’s tweets directed at Nieto.

Now Trump has suggested a 20% import tax from Mexico and other trade countries, which means that Americans would actually pay for the wall’s construction.  The wall has been the source of much dispute and frustration among Americans.  Check out these tweets about how Americans have reacted to the wall plan so far.

3. Trump Suspends Mortgage Premium Rate Cut

The Trump administration halted a cut to the FHA insurance premium rate that Obama had announced in his final days as President.  The “mortgage-fee reduction” was meant to go into effect on January 27th, until Trump’s halt.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer asked Trump to reverse his suspension in his opening statement on the Senate floor: "What a terrible thing to do to American homeowners.  President Trump, with the flick of a pen, ended that new policy, making it harder for Americans of modest means to obtain their piece of the rock, the American dream – home ownership."

According to CNN Money, Trump’s suspension of the FHA cut could majorly affect the American housing market, and make it more difficult for those with “lower credit scores, or those who don't have the traditional 20% down payment in savings” in the future.

4. Trump Signs Two Executive Orders on Immigration

Trump signed two executive orders on Friday that will expand the military and enact “extreme vetting” of immigrants from "terror-plagued countries."  Limiting immigration was another huge campaign promise of Trump’s, and his actions aim to restrict all refugee and immigrant entry to the country.  The new order aims to, "keep radical Islamic terrorists out of the United States of America."  Trump also implemented a visa ban on people from Syria, and other Middle Eastern and African countries.

Trump’s stance on immigration has many Americans and people from other countries angry and scared.  Protests have erupted everywhere and human rights activists are in action.  Many people who want to come to the U.S. to live the “American Dream” are devastated and losing all hope.  One Washington-based non-profit organization, the National Iranian American Council, said, “Donald Trump is making good on the most shameful and discriminatory promises he made on the campaign trail.  He called for a Muslim ban and is now taking the first steps to implement one. This will not stand. The American people are better than this.”

5. Trump Attacks Celebrities

As The WANNA has discussed in previous posts such as "Celebs Speak Out," many Hollywood celebrities have protested against Trump’s Presidency.  Below are some of the celebs Trump has attacked during his time as President Elect.

During his first week in office Trump called Madonna “disgusting,” following her controversial Women’s March speech, and said her words were “disgraceful to our country.”

Trump has called out Alec Baldwin for his SNL portrayal on Twitter:

Trump attacked the entire cast of Hamilton after they addressed Mike Pence directly at a performance.  He tweeted that they were “rude” and should “Apologize!”

More recently, Trump called out Arnold Schwarzenneger on Twitter for his low Celebrity Apprentice ratings and for supporting Hillary Clinton:


Ya Know You Wanna!


Caroline Slusarczyk

David Becker/Getty Images

David Becker/Getty Images

While some celebs have chosen to join in on the anti-Trump riots including: Mark Ruffalo, Josh Hutcherson, and Lady Gaga.  Others have chosen to move forward and speak out about certain Liberal issues that are incredibly important to them...

Pop star Katy Perry, an avid Clinton supporter, proved she will continue to be a Democratic voice despite which party is in office in January.  This past Saturday evening, Perry made her fans proud when she publicly posted on Instagram that she made a $10,000 donation to the "pro-choice" and pro sex education organization, Planned Parenthood.

In the Instagram post, Perry expressed her fear of Planned Parenthood being defunded “in the future by the government.”  It's obvious Perry is like millions of other pro-choice advocates who are anticipating President-elect Donald Trump will stay true to his campaign threats to cut government funding for planned parenthood, once he takes office in January, 2017.

We give Perry major props for her pro-choice post which revealed a very personal and positive experience she had with Planned Parenthood as a young girl.  Perry (a preacher's daughter) revealed how growing up, her family was “lower-to-middle class," and they could not afford health insurance.

Thanks to the help and services of Planned Parenthood she was able to receive some necessary sex ed.  Katy said it was her "sheltered upbringing" that left her with no idea of “how things work down there!”  But Planned Parenthood gave her the sex education she needed.  Perry's exact post stated,  “Planned Parenthood educated me on my body and my reproductive health, so that I could focus on my dreams and using my voice until I knew the timing was right for me to make a plan to have a family.”  She also said her experience with Planned Parenthood allowed her to become a “voice for others.”

The WANNA wants to know what you think! 

If you were famous, would you publicly support Planned Parenthood?  Comment below! 

You can read Perry's entire post below. 

It's time to turn words into action❗️There are so many steps to take, but my first vow is to support organizations that may have their funding support taken from them in the future by the government. I am making a public donation to Planned Parenthood for the teenage me who made several visits to first a clinic in Santa Barbara and then Los Angeles, CA to educate myself on my sexual health, a subject I had little to no information on because of my sheltered upbringing. I had no idea how things worked down there, and had no idea how to make a plan for them. Planned Parenthood educated me on my body and my reproductive health, so that I could focus on my dreams and using my voice until I knew the timing was right for me to make a plan to have a family. Since then, I have been able to focus wholeheartedly on bringing messages of strength and becoming a voice for others. Without this education, I may have had a different life path. That is just my experience, but I know Planned Parenthood's broader range of services can sometimes be the only medical support low-income families ever see. I know what it's like to need help. I came from a lower- to middle-class family and never grew up with the option of health insurance. I remember having 13 cavities as a teenager, and the best option my parents could come up with was to try and take me to Mexico because we couldn't afford anything in California. I am grateful for and stand in support of Planned Parenthood for giving Katheryn Hudson the knowledge to plan, and for continuing to be a haven for women to learn all options for their future. Now, more than ever, we all need to protect and create safe places for each other. I hope I can help inspire you to make a gift as well, and become a member and an ally. Go to: to show your support. #wewontgoback

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Ya Know You Wanna!


Gina Giordan


Hillary Clinton speaking at Planned Parenthood Action Fund event. Photo by Associated Press.

Hillary Clinton speaking at Planned Parenthood Action Fund event. Photo by Associated Press.

Today, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump gave back-to-back speeches on women’s issues and religious freedom, respectively.  

Donald Trump addressed thousands at the 2016 Faith and Freedom Coalition Conference in Washington, D.C.  He had a more subdued speech than usual, until a group of protesters interrupted him and shouted things like, “No hate” and “Refugees are welcome here."  Trump let the protesters finish their official interruption and even smiled and said, "A little freedom of speech!"  Then he quickly stated, “These are professional agitators sent here by the other party.”  

Earlier in the day, Clinton supporters gathered in Washington, D.C. at "The Planned Parenthood Action Fund" event.  Clinton's speech went over without a hitch.  She took several jabs at Trump and at one point stated, that his plan for making America great again is code for, "Let's take America backward."  Clinton went on while the crowd erupted in cheers and applause, "When abortion was illegal, women had far fewer options and life for too many women and girls was limited.  Well, Donald, those days are over!”  

This Planned Parenthood speech comes just days after Hillary Clinton won the Democratic nomination in the 2016 Presidential race.  Clinton has since gained the support of several Hollywood A-listers and most recently, President Barack Obama.

Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic nomination.  Photo from @HillaryClinton Twitter account

Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic nomination.  Photo from @HillaryClinton Twitter account

Just yesterday, Obama endorsed Clinton for President by posting a video that fully supported Clinton as the official 2016 Democratic Presidential candidate.  Obama stated, "I don't think there has ever been someone so qualified to hold this office."  Trump immediately blasted Obama and tweeted, “Obama just endorsed Crooked Hillary. He wants four more years of Obama—but nobody else does!”  Clinton did not back down from the insults, retorting with a tweet, “Delete your account. @DonaldTrump.”

Several Hollywood A-listers also took to Twitter to show their support for Clinton.

Pop star, Katy Perry, tweeted, “A lot of little girls are in bed right now dreaming for the first time, without limits.  You broke the mold @HillaryClinton.”

Actress, Eva Longoria, who has openly supported Hillary Clinton from the start of her campaign, tweeted “Congrats @HillaryClinton on becoming the first female nominee of any major party in the US! #HistoryMade #ImWithHer.”

Talk Show Host Ellen DeGeneres gave her two cents and tweeted, “I’ve never been prouder to have a woman card@HillaryClinton.” 

In addition to the tweets, music icon Barbara Streisand voiced her excitement for Clinton’s history-making nomination as well, stating, "I feel a tremendous rush of pride because this is a woman who is more than qualified to be president.  Isn't it interesting how a barrier seems insurmountable -- until it comes down? I hope girls across the country are thinking, 'That could be me.' And like I said after the first woman got a best director Academy Award, it's about time!"

Three-time Oscar-winning actress, Meryl Streep made it clear where her political loyalties lie at a “Shakespeare in the Park” event in Central Park on Monday night.  Streep donned a fake wig, fake tan and fat suit to portray Trump, drawing appreciative laughter from the audience. 

Meryl Streep dresses as Donald Trump. Streep by Roy Rochlin,.  Trump by D. Dipasupil/Film Magic, both from Getty Images

Meryl Streep dresses as Donald Trump. Streep by Roy Rochlin,.  Trump by D. Dipasupil/Film Magic, both from Getty Images

THE WANNA would love to hear what you think.  

Did Trump protesters go too far?  Who would you choose to moderate the official Trump vs. Clinton debate?