Considering the avalanche of praise heaped on screenwriter Diablo Cody's debut film, Juno, an equally intense backlash was predictable. In fact, a piece on Slate yesterday explored the potential culture wars on teen pregnancy the movie could inspire. Writer Ann Hulbert quotes NY Times critic A.O. Scott's review of Juno, in which he writes, "Not many [movies] are so daring in their treatment of teenage pregnancy, which this film flirts with presenting not just as bearable but attractive...Kids, please! Heed the cautionary whale." Feminist bloggers have accused Cody of glossing over Juno's deciding against abortion for the sake of moving the plot forward. Here's the thing, though. I don't really want to see a comedy about a normal, happy 16-year-old kid deciding to have an abortion. Because it would be boring, and probably not that funny.