Just over a year ago, I listened to Whitney for the first time. On a foggy Sunday morning, walking to a bus stop in Lansing, the luscious melody of sun-soaked “No Woman” grabbed ahold and wouldn’t let go.
“I don’t think I would call it a political play. What I think it does so well is it presents this issue and it allows the audience to think for themselves about it. It doesn’t have a spin, it doesn’t have an idea about abortions that says: ‘Okay this is what we think, what do you think?’ You can decide for yourself.”