Lady Gaga on Larry King: 'Warm Womb' Dwellers Siphon Maternal Creativity?

June 3rd, 2010 1:33 PM
Larry King interviewed pop singing sensation Lady Gaga on June 1, and she appeared conflicted over the presence of children in wombs. Near the beginning of the interview came this exchange...

King: At what age growing up, Gaga, did you know that you wanted to be a performer?

Gaga: In the womb, Larry, in my mother's warm womb.

King: [Laughing] At your birth.

Gaga: Yes, at my birth. I guess that you could say it's been my destiny to be a performer....

Getting technical, because that's what we pro-lifers do, Gaga did not originally say her personality, talents, and drive magically appeared "at birth," as King translated. She said they were present prenatally. See exchange beginning at 2:34 on this clip (WARNING: PG-13, visually)...

Later, after discussing Gaga's bisexuality, came this:

King: You wanna have children?

Gaga: Yes, someday. Oh [indecipherable] my womb is not yet beckoning for a child, but I'm very far away from that day. I'm also terrified it will ruin my creativity.

King: Forget it, it won't, it will not....

Funny last comment. The exchange begins 1:29...

Put Gaga's two thoughts together, and one can only surmise she thinks preborn children siphon their mothers' creative energy.

I applaud Gaga for acknowledging the humanity of preborn life.

However, it is an insult to motherhood to indicate pregnancy suctions brain cells. Ironically, it is abortionists, actually, who are known for suctioning brain cells. Truth be told, Gaga is more likely afraid pregnancy would divert her attention from herself to her baby.

On the other hand, I don't know if Gaga is pro-abortion, but earlier this year she announced she was collaborating on a line of condoms, with proceeds going to the United States' largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood.

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