Rebecca Walberg briefly examines the dearth of characters who have abortions in television and movies. Pro-aborts are unhappy that there is no unabashedly pro-choice equivalent of Juno (not that it was an unabashedly pro-life movie). Walberg says the reason for this is simple: that even those who support legal abortion find the procedure distasteful and thus characters who have them generally unsympathetic. In a great analogy, Walberg points out that there are a lot of protagonists who drink and drive or are involved in incest, either: “It’s repugnant, on a visceral level, and people aren’t entertained, diverted or edified by things they find repugnant.”