It’s not even the abortion—miscarriage & abortion are realities of some pregnancies. Baby is carrying, let’s say, anencephaly, or absence of all but the stem of the brain, & parents opt to terminate.
Heck, a mother duck senses one of her eggs won’t hatch, she cracks it. Death, sometimes before or even immediately following such a birth, is a fact of life.
It’s the idea of inviting others to come and celebrate legalized death or really certain ends that is, IMO, so ghoulish.
Does anyone seriously celebrate divorce? I suspect they’re too busy with such concerns as less income.
How about the euthanasia of a long term animal companion? Somehow I’m not seeing a block party to celebrate that; too many tears.
Has anyone seriously had a party at their workplace to celebrate layoffs or other employment termination? What did the fired employee do that was so special it merited a party?
But come and celebrate the anniversary of legally ending a life before it’s even drawn a breath?! The idea that anyone might accept such an invitation is disturbing.