Amber Tamblyn Imagines A Future Without Reproductive Care In New Video
In the video, Tamblyn says she’d like to start taking birth control to manage pain from
endometriosis. Her doctor (played by Cross) tells her, “According to this latest research I have here from 1926, women don’t have intercourse until they’re married, so you’re good to go.” Then he writes her a
prescription for Viagra so she can “find a gentleman that will intercourse the cramps out of you once you’re married. Win/win.” When Tamblyn says, “This is ridiculous. What if I had to make some really difficult life decision, like
terminating a pregnancy?” he responds by repeating “No,” over and over again.