Stevie Nicks Reveals How Getting an Abortion Kept Fleetwood Mac Going

Brunilde Fioravanti
Ottobre 18, 2020

"If President Trump wins this election and puts the judge he wants in, she will absolutely outlaw it and push women back into back-alley abortions", Nicks said, referencing President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, who he has selected to replace Ginsburg. "And there were a lot of drugs, I was doing a lot of drugs ..."

'What really made me choose Harry is that he's so amusing and so well spoken, and also that we're just such good friends, ' Stevie said. "That's really important. There's not another band in the world that has two lead women singers, two lead women writers.' That was my world's mission". "But I will say, I am always a romantic and I'm never averse to the fact that it is possible that you might turn a street corner and walk into somebody that just catches your eye, because it's happened to me a million times".

Nicks is not the only celebrity elite to suggest that she wouldn't have been able to figure out how to be successful in her career if she had started a family.

The Dreams singer, 72, went on to reflect on losing friends as she ages, revealing a conversation with her late dad, who passed away in 2005, struck a chord with the star.

"If Christine was in this room with me right now, she'd tell you that we both made the decision not to have kids and instead follow our musical muse around the world".

Speaking to Forbes, Nicks opened up on Tom's death, admitting that listening to the star's songs on the radio "makes me feel like he's still alive".

"Racism in the last four years is so much worse than it was". "I can't pre-commit or say, 'Yes, I'm going in with some agenda, ' because I'm not". And while abortion was her generation's fight, there are plenty of people willing to take up the cause to allow others the same freedom and independence the icon fought for. "And I don't want to live in a country that is so divisive".

"So where can I go? (But) now I'm starting to really understand because just in the time of the loss of Prince, the loss of Tom Petty, the loss of Glenn Frey, the loss of Eddie Van Halen, it's like I knew all these people", Nicks lamented. "I hope that this song and its words will be seen as a prayer - a prayer for our country, and a prayer for the world".

"I just existed", she continued.

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