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Hollywood caught humanizing fetuses on ‘The Big Bang Theory’

“The Big Bang Theory” is a show about science geeks —but it’s Hollywood so it wouldn’t be surprising if the show had decided to tout the pro-abortion line that life doesn’t begin until after birth. Instead, the show stayed true to what scientists and doctors agree on: “fetuses” are human beings, and a new life really does begin at conception.

In April, the show made waves by referring to the couple’s preborn child as “a person,” and now they’ve done it again: two of the show’s main characters, Howard and Bernadette, are expecting a child.

On the October 27 episode titled “The Fetal Kick Catalyst,” Howard and Bernadette are in bed when Howard puts his hand on her stomach and feels a kick.

“That’s a kick,” he says. “That’s an actual kick.”

Bernadette asks him what he’s doing, and he responds, “I felt a kick. There’s a baby in there.”

He goes on to say that he never connected the idea of pregnancy with his wife actually having a baby.

“Which M.I.T. did you go to?” she asks him.

It’s funny because it’s true. Doctors who profit from abortion would have us believe that pregnancy does not equal baby. Abortion activists will even explode with anger and disgust when the media affirm the humanity of a preborn person. Just recall the fury that was unleashed by pro-abortion group NARAL during Super Bowl 50 in February. NARAL tried to take down Doritos for “humanizing” a preborn child, and then showed disgust at an ad about babies born nine months after the previous Super Bowl.

The facts are hard to deny: human beings become pregnant with humans, and those tiny persons are living.

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