Demi Lovato’s crude pro-abortion anthem compares women to pigs

Singer Demi Lovato surprised fans with a new single released last week… but it was planned to coincide specifically with the anniversary of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization Supreme Court decision, which overturned Roe v. Wade. The song, “Swine,” is a pro-abortion anthem aimed at “birthing people” and argues that if a woman is unable to get an abortion, she’s no better than a pig.

The profanity-filled song and accompanying music video show Lovato singing in front of a group of old white men. “God forbid, I wanna suck whatever the f*** I wanna/God forbid, I wanna f*** whoever the f*** I want/And if he c***, I guess I gotta be a mother,” she begins, with the chorus adding, “My life, my voice/My rights, my choice/It’s mine, or I’m just swine.”

She further continued by comparing pro-abortion women to the victims of the Salem Witch Trials. “We gotta grow ’em, we gotta raise ’em, we gotta feed and bathe ’em,” she sings. “And if you won’t, they call you a witch to burn at the stake in Salem/Thought by now they’d change, but we’re still waiting/Let’s give these motherf***ers hell.”


Lovato announced the video on Instagram, to a flood of negative comments. “It’s been one year since the Supreme Court’s decision to dismantle the constitutional right to a safe abortion, and although the path forward will be challenging, we must continue to be united in our fight for reproductive justice,” she wrote. “I created ‘SWINE’ to amplify the voices of those who advocate for choice and bodily autonomy. I want this song to empower not only the birthing people of this country, but everyone who stands up for equality, to embrace their agency and fight for a world where every person’s right to make decisions about their own body is honored.”

Several commenters to Lovato’s Instagram post took offense to her use of the term “birthing people” instead of “women.” Others commented on how motherhood is a “privilege” and that the supposed “right” to kill one’s children is both “evil” and unconstitutional.

All profits from the song will be donated to the Reproductive Justice Fund at the Demi Lovato Foundation, which will then give the funds to NARAL Pro-Choice America, Plan C, and The National Network of Abortion Funds.


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A Live Action commentator reacted to Lovato’s song on the Live Action Instagram page.

“This is a terrible song and the lyrics were written to reduce a woman to her body. Demi, do you really think that the only thing women are good for is sex? To please others and to be pleased? Are we not valuable human beings that should respect [ours and our children’s bodies]?” she said. “Defending the lives of our own children in the womb does not make us swine or pigs. It makes us strong. We have a superpower that can grow human beings inside of our wombs, and it should never be reduced or mocked.”

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