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Britney Spears: Pro-Life Hero, Naked on a Bear Skin Rug

Only in New York could, or would someone  make a dedication to the pro-life movement with a life-sized  nude statue of Britney Spears giving birth on a bear skin rug. Oh, and she’s giving birth backwards just for added artistic appeal. And you can see the "crowning of baby Preston’s head."

You really have to look here at the photos, I’m not making this up. I couldn’t. The backwards thing is still freaking me out.

Gallery co-director Lincoln Capla said, "A superstar at Britney’s young age having a child is rare in today’s celebrity culture. This dedication honors Britney for the rarity of her choice and bravery of her decision."  Britney, thank you for not killing your baby. (Apparently, in Hollywood people need to be applauded for this).

The artist, Daniel Edwards, whose decision to do this might seem baffling to people (like me) explained, "She was number one with Google last year, with good reason — people are inspired by the beauty of a pregnant woman."

As a woman, who supports the pro-life movement, thinks moms are great and  still jams out to some Spears when getting ready to go out (c’mon the In the Zone CD had good beats), I really only have one reaction to this statue and that’s just plain "EWWWWWWWW!!!It’s a naked pregnant lady and you can see the baby’s head! Backwards! Gross!"

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Miss Carpenter was formerly a congressional correspondent & assistant editor for HUMAN EVENTS. She is the author of "The Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy's Dossier on Hillary Rodham Clinton," published by Regnery (a HUMAN EVENTS sister company).

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