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TikTok Star Warns Future of Hookup Culture Rides on Roe v. Wade

If you think the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade won’t affect you, TikTok star Bridget Gwyn wants to tell you to think again.

According to Gwyn, the future of hookup culture — you know, enriching one-night stands and casual sex gatherings — …errr…rides on the Court’s decision.

“In case you’re a man who doesn’t care about Roe v. Wade, just know that if abortion gets banned, hookup culture will be absolutely decimated,” Bridget Gwyn said Monday night on TikTok.

“What woman would have mediocre s*x with a drunk rando if he could potentially father their child?” Gwyn asked.

So basically, you’re an alcoholic bar fly and you’re so bad in bed that she doesn’t think you ought to reproduce. Understood?

The TikTok video has over 930,000 views at the time of publication, suggesting that people are getting very worried that the metaphorically biological clock on legal abortion is ticking.

It makes you wonder whether this is why the media is still melting down over the leaked draft that says the Court has enough votes to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Does the threat of a swift end to hookup culture really have Joy Behar and Keith Olbermann so up in arms? Hard to say, but something is bothering them greatly.

Makes you wonder.

Nonetheless, overturning Roe would not completely eradicate hookup culture. While Bridget Gwyn is probably right, that wild nights of unprotected sex could decline in the states across the country, hookup culture would remain widespread across the epicenter of hedonism that is California…

Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers media, politics, and sports at OutKick.

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  1. Dumb cunt it doesn’t ban abortions just sends it back to the states where it should be RvW horrible unconstitutional decision even the most liberal scholar Lawrence Tribe agrees of course facts don’t matter to the woke cunt

  2. The hysterical reaction from the left says it all. By the looks of my FB and Twitter feeds, issues like the out of control inflation, border disaster, and rampant crime pare in comparison. The midterms can’t get here soon enough.

  3. I’m pro choice but why people lose their fkn minds over this topic is beyond me. We are literally on this planet to eat, sleep, shit, and reproduce. Abortion kinda goes against nature.

    And for what it’s worth, can we just call the cutoff at 15 weeks and move on? By 6 weeks in you know you’re pregnant. That gives you another 8-9 weeks to handle shit. Either do it or don’t.

    • Completely agree with you Tanner. I never understood why abortion is legalized nationally, yet we leave it up to the states to arbitrarily decide the cutoff. Some states say six weeks, others allow full term. It’s lunacy. Get a bunch of medical experts together to determine the cutoff and make that consistent across all of the states. Seems like common sense.

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