Joy Villa’s New Video Shines A Light On New York ‘Reproductive’ Law

Singer, actress, and songwriter Joy Villa took the streets of New York City in her new video “Do Puppies Lives Matter? Social Experiment” where she brings her very cute rescue puppy Basil to ask people what they think if New York state passed a law that allowed for dogs to be euthanized after nine months. After seeing their reactions, Joy then flips the script and talks about the new “reproductive” bill that allows abortions up until and after the moment of birth to babies. That brings a whole new light to the people she is interviewing.

Check out the video below:

One of the things I love about the video is that Joy Villa is incredibly gracious, kind, and respectful during the conversation. Likewise, the people she speaks to, even the ones who disagree, are equally respectful. It is a level of civility that is missing often from our discourse and I enjoyed seeing it on full display.

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