CALIFORNIA - Millennials are now being aborted since they fail to meet the definition of what is considered human life and personhood, by not being able to survive on their own outside of their mother's womb.
Known for being progressive, the state of California has passed a new abortion law, that defines where life begins, and what can be considered a human being, a person. And whatsoever does not meet the definition can be legally aborted.
The law states:
WE RECOGNIZE THAT LIFE BEGINS AT THE MOMENT IT CAN SURVIVE ON IT'S OWN OUTSIDE OF IT'S MOTHER'S WOMB WITHOUT ANY ASSISTANCE FROM ANYONE.
The language of this new law has caused great concern for millennials, who have no idea on how to survive in the real world without assistance from mom and dad.
Since the new law has been enacted, many angry parents, who are still providing for millennials well into their twenties and thirties, have been dragging their "bundles of cells and tissue" to the local Planned Parenthood, where they are being aborted."
Naturally, Millennials have protested this law and have taken to the streets as their custom is. "You can't do this! This is Murder!", one millennial said. "You have no right to kill me because you don't consider me a human being. One day, I will grow up, and get a decent job, and live on my own - as long as I get paid a minimum wage of $30 and the corporate machine bows to my commands."
The millennial looked worried, and recited the words of her people, "I promise I will look for a job next week."
Parents of millennials begged to differ. "I brought you into this world, I can take you out of it! My pocketbook, my choice!"
Proponents of the new law are angry because some anti-abortionists are posting pictures of millennials on social media, trying to humanize them. "They are not people!", Sarah said. "We all know it. They are leeches and a drain on society and our tax dollars. The world is overpopulated as it is. They can't survive on their own, therefore as the law says, they are not human."
Sarah continued, "Millennials keep saying they have basic human rights like the rest of us do. But they are not human like us, and are not entitled to the same protection under law."
Millennials are now fearing for their lives. The "safe places" on college campuses are no longer safe. They realize they do not meet the definition for what can be considered a human being, seeing they cannot survive on their own outside of the womb.
UPDATE: The state of California is seeking federal funding to help give parents safe and affordable means of aborting their millennials.