Another important point touched on in the show is the respect and reverence a relationship which creates new life deserves. One of the main characters is a gem named Garnet. She is a fusion gem. Two gems share a relationship so strong, they have ceased to be individuals and created an entirely new being, larger than themselves. She is a perfect allegory for a strong, deep, meaningful relationship between two people who then come together to produce new life. The two initial gems who come together to make her even cease to be themselves, which if you're doing things correctly, should be the case when two adults are mature enough to become intimate with one another, even before any children might be produced. A healthy relationship changes a person, due to the give-and-take nature inherent in a properly functioning love. If one truly cares about their partner, the love is selfless, and recognizes that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. These changes serve a greater purpose than just perpetuating the health of the relationship itself. They prepare an adult to accommodate the new life of their child, which is the freshly created living symbol of everything their beautiful relationship has come to be.
Pro-Life theater and cinema is where you find it, and don't be fooled-sometimes the most intricate and stirring Pro-Life messages can be found in something as simple as a child's cartoon.