The United States has some of the most permissive abortion laws in the world, but are still not good enough for abortion promoting groups who will be hosting a concert known as All Access, which calls for, among other things, free abortion. The September 10 concert is to take place at Cleveland State University with Australian singer Sia to be the headliner.

"All Access is such an inclusive group that I’m proud to be a part of this. We all need to stand together and be a part of creating the future we hope to see. There is so much support out there for an inclusive, equitable society that it’s time we showed our collective power," Sia said, portraying the abortion access she's supporting in a rather rosy light.

Other celebrities are joining this call as well, including Comedy Central's Jessica Williams who will host, Latin artist Natalia Lafourcade, and Saturday Night Live's Leslie Jones who got Milo Yiannopoulos banned from Twitter. The event decided it would be appropriate to make use of Jones for her comedic skills while promoting taxpayer funded abortion.

Achieving All Access' goals would mean repealing the Hyde Amendment, a rider which has passed with bipartisan support since 1976. If the Democratic Party Platform got its way, taxpayer dollars would be used for elective abortions, rather than as they are currently used for the limited circumstances of rape, incest, and life of the mother. Despite the active crusade against the Hyde Amendment, which has saved at least one million lives, from Hillary Clinton and the abortion movement, polls show that Americans do not support taxpayer dollars going towards abortions, including young people, even if they don't identify as pro-life.

In Sia's Australia, there is a federal system of abortion, but laws are left up to the individual territories. The 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decisions of Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton have largely prevented the states from deciding their own abortion laws.

All Access is a collaboration made up of abortion supporting groups including Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion provider, NARAL Pro-Choice America which demonized Doritos for their Super Bowl ad, and Whole Woman's Health, the abortion provider involved in the recent Supreme Court case of Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt.