Maggie Gyllenhaal & Ramona Head To School

Expectant mom Maggie Gyllenhaal tackled the school run today, walking her 5-year-old daughter Ramona to class in Brooklyn, New York (January 23). Pregnant with her second child, the Crazy Heart star’s growing belly was covered under her black winter coat. Ramona, meanwhile, looked precious in head-to-toe pink.

Maggie, who is married to actor Peter Sarsgaard, recently penned a piece in support of Planned Parenthood in Glamour magazine:

Wealthy women will always be able to access the health care they need. Planned Parenthood is there for every woman,” she writes. “This is an organization that works in communities to provide high-quality care like cervical cancer screenings, breast exams, HIV tests and birth control-often to women who would otherwise go without. It is the place you call if you are 16 and don’t know whom to ask about birth control. It’s the website that has answers in the middle of the night. It’s the health care resource that offers compassion and respect to women at times when they are incredibly vulnerable and afraid.”

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  1. Anonymous

    It’s also a place where they perform abortions. They end innocent human life. If it were only those other things she listed, I don’t think anyone on earth would have a problem with it.

  2. Rebecca

    Yeah, and just because you’re opposed to getting abortions, anon @ 2:35, doesn’t mean other people don’t deserve the right to make that choice. Way to stir the pot, though…

  3. Angel

    Despicable hypocrisy – Anonymous’ concern is for “life” from conception to birth only. Protest the death penalty, civilian casualties in Iraq by our military, police shootings, and hospitals ending life support before you condemn women for making their own health choices. Do not ever criticize cancer patients who must terminate pregnancies for their own survival, or victims of rape and incest, or physical and mental abuse, or those who suffer from depression or drug/alcohol dependency, and have determined that they are unable to carry a pregnancy to term.

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