- Some TikTok users say they would enter the “celibacy era” if Roe V. Wade is overturned.
- One user dedicated her video to “all the pro-life men who love Plan B.”
- Politico reported on Monday that the Supreme Court plans to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Some women say they will deny casual sex if they do not have abortion rights after news broke that the Supreme Court is poised to overturn Roe V. Wade.
“In case you’re a man who does not care about roe v wade just know that if abortion gets banned hookup culture will be absolutely decimated,” TikTok user @moneymollusk wrote in a videowhich has received more than 1.2 million views in a single day.
“What women would have mediocre sex with a drunk rando if he could potentially father their child,” she continued, noting that the video is directed at “all the pro-life men who love Plan B.”
The clip drew more than 263,000 likes and more than 3,100 comments, with many users agreeing with her assessment.
“Omg I’m entering my celibacy era,” a user commented below – to which the video creator replied that she had the same thought “the second” the news came out.
“We all need to collectively agree to never touch another man again if it gets overturned,” another TikToker commented. Another user declared that they were “deleting all dating apps as we speak.”
The landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade case provided the legal precedent that makes abortion legal in the US. However, according to a leaked draft opinion published by Politico on Monday, the Supreme Court is planning to overturn the case.
Although the court’s final ruling on the matter has not been passed, overturning Roe v. Wade could have broad ramifications for people seeking abortions and those promoting access to the service.
User @ moneymollusk’s video was just one of several TikToks in which people said that hookup culture would end if Roe V. Wade is overturned.
In another videowhich received 12,000 views, fitness influencer Nicki Cox said that the debate surrounding Roe V. Wade “isn’t just for women.”
“Since about 75% of men only care about sex and money I hope they know that this roe v wade decision could destroy hookup culture and leave them paying 18 years of child support,” she wrote.
“Some men might not care about my literal rights but I know they care abt their bank account!” she captioned the video.
Meanwhile, TikToker @ rae1iz drew more than 101,000 views after posting a video in which she said that hookup culture is set to “disintegrate.”
“Why would we risk letting someone who runs on hot pockets and juul pods father our children?” she wrote, while noting in the caption that her video is “a joke” to “cope with how terrifying this is.”
Insider has reached out to the videos’ creators for comment.