Besides the violence against prolife protestors, the thing that stood out to me about Planned Parenthood Golden Gate cartoon, that Dawn Eden has been covering so well, is how Dianysis, Planned Parenthood Golden Gate's choice superhero, can't argue. She can only use force to get her way.
When faced with the individual promoting abstinence (who looks kind of like a magician) who points out to a young lady that no one plans on getting on a sexual transmitted disease so "but I don't plan on getting an STD" isn't a very good way of preventing STDs, Dianysis merely insults him ("The only truth here is that you're ugly and your momma dresses you funny") before throwing him into a trash can filled water and holding the lid shut.
When faced with "the Senator" who is seemingly against abortion, Dianysis throws him into a pot and stirs him around. When she pulls him out naked and with an apple in his mouth, he says he "no longer has the stench of misinformed conservatism" and "wants all women everywhere to have the ability to choose what they do with their bodies." If only it were that easy. Is that how Planned Parenthood got Democrats like Richard Gephardt who formerly opposed abortion to wholeheartedly embrace PP's agenda?
Like the prolife demonstrators, Planned Parenthood Golden Gate wishes that prolife arguments would disappear. Instead of using facts and logic to win arguments, this cartoon glorifies the use of violent cartoonish force to get your way.