This is kind of weird, like Oliver Darcy’s somewhat obsessive quest to have Alex Jones banned from Twitter. April Glaser not only wrote a piece for Slate on what she found when searching YouTube for abortion; she apparently asked for YouTube to change the results, and YouTube complied.

“Dangerous misinformation” — on the Internet? Whoa, give us a moment to process that.

We could argue that a pregnant woman isn’t “sick,” and so abortion’s not a matter of women’s health in almost all instances; a matter of convenience, sure.

Yeah, and a point that didn’t quite get enough attention in the original tweet: videos of abortion would be a horrifying mix of gore, plain and simple.

But YouTube has changed the search results, so it’s all good now. Check it out:

I emailed YouTube Friday afternoon asking why anti-abortion videos saturated the search results for “abortion,” and if the platform thought accurate, health-focused information had a place there. By Monday morning, before the company got back to me, the search results had changed to include a number of news outlets among the top results, including a video from Vice about how women trying to get abortions are being stymied by anti-abortion centers that masquerade as clinics.

We’re reminded of that undercover video of a former StemExpress employee recounting her first day on the job, using tweezers to sift through “a clear pie dish full of ‘POC’ — products of conception.” That was pretty gory.