The Taste Buds dip into some deep comic lore to talk about little-known 2002 property, Spider-Man!
Put this one in the category of what was 2002 smoking? Some kid gets bitten by a radioactive spider, and we all know what happens next, right? He gets cancer and dies screaming, I can almost hear you shouting at your computer. (I'm in here, but I can't hear over the fan.) You'd think that because that's how it would go down now, but in 2002 we were still thinking good things might come out of terrible tragedies.
Instead, this wacky kid gets all these zany powers is how it actually goes down in the movie. He's an OK kid, but he's a little homophobic. Also, he has some of that incel energy we've gotten better at noticing lately. And by being a jerk he basically puts a gun to his uncle's head and pull the trigger himself, if you think about it.
While Americans overwhelmingly support the right of an individual to make their own decisions about abortion, unfortunately, that right is no longer protected everywhere in the U.S.
The Supreme Court overturned Roe versus Wade on June 24th.
Abortion is a basic healthcare need for the millions of people who can become pregnant. Everyone should have the freedom to decide what’s best for themselves and their families, including when it comes to ending a pregnancy. This decision has dire consequences for individual health and safety, and could have harsh repercussions for other landmark decisions.
Restricting access to comprehensive reproductive care, including abortion, threatens the health and independence of all Americans. Even if you live in a state where abortion rights are upheld, access to safe medical procedures shouldn’t be determined by location, and it shouldn’t be the privilege of a small few.
You can help by donating to local abortion funds. To find out where to donate for each state, visit donations4abortion.com.
If you or someone you know needs help, or if you want to get more involved, here are 5 resources: