Joe Burrow, the quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals, is engaging in extracurricular activities.
On Monday, the NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year posted an Instagram message supporting abortion rights.
The essay gives examples of how the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade‘s abortion right has harmed women. Burrow’s admission also came after Ohio’s law effectively outlawed abortion after six weeks, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.
The controversial opening of the 2021 article states, “I’m not pro-murdering babies.”
I’m in favour of Becky, who discovered during her anatomy scan at 20 weeks that the child she had been so eager to bring into the world had not yet matured with the ability to sustain life.
I support Susan, who was sexually attacked on her way home from work and then learned horrifyingly that her attacker had deposited his seed in her when she discovered she was pregnant a month later.
Other instances of unintended or risky pregnancies are listed in the entry.
The same variations can be found in Twitter discussions.
Following previous high-profile mass shootings, Burrow, who in February led the Bengals to the Super Bowl where they were defeated by the Los Angeles Rams, also argued for gun reform. He urged politicians to adopt stricter regulations regarding the selling of firearms.
Burrow argued, “You’ve got to at least make it more difficult to obtain those ridiculous guns that everyone is using.”