Jameela Jamil deleted an Instagram comparing abortions to evictions after people called the analogy out-of-touch. Screenshots are forever. Instagram"The choice is the Landlord’s, not the tenant’s, nor the neighbour’s," she wrote, bravely coming forward as both pro-choice and pro-landlord.Jamil's first sin was lazily making a meme with her own glamour shot, with what is clearly Instagram Stories.Her second sin, according to activists on Twitter, was throwing her support behind landlords, whose habits of throwing working class people onto the streets is not particularly "woke."What did women with wombs do to deserve being compared to landlords, who evict tenants to make money?"Landlords are trash and we shouldn't compare them to valid medical procedures like abortion," a critic wrote.Surprised to hear from @jameelajamil that landlords turfing their helpless tenants out onto the streets is woke now but if she says so. pic.twitter.com/OoGBS6bJW5— Ben Sixsmith (@BDSixsmith) December 10, 2019 Hey @jameelajamil, this is really disappointing to see from someone I respect and admire. 😕 My full thoughts are way too fuckin long for 240 characters, but the short version is, landlords are trash and we shouldn't compare them to valid medical procedures like abortion. pic.twitter.com/6lv4D9PymW— National Geosapphic 🍞🏴☠️ (@literallymagic) December 10, 2019 To many, the analogy demonstrated how skewed Jamil's references have become, likely because of her privilege as a rich person with a TV show.jameela jamil bragging about being a multi millionaire and comparing her reproductive rights to "landlord rights" in one fell swoop is astonishing.this is why I don't trust rich feminists. absolutely no self awareness and no desire to get any— baby milf ❤15% off OF❤ (@sibylpain) December 10, 2019 https://twitter.com/treetoo2/status/1204307108646117376?s=20sooo has anyone told @jameelajamil tenants, by necessity and deservedly, do have undeniable rights to protect themselves against a notoriously corrupt class of owners (landlords)? What a hilariously off point and unsuccessful analogy. The "multi-millionaire" privilege jumped out! https://t.co/Nb72ykVwS4— Pinot Grouchio (@mdowww) December 10, 2019 In addition to deleting the post in shame, Jamil acknowledged the criticism, explaining that she is aware of the socialist critique of her meme, and that she didn't mean for it to endorse evictions.https://twitter.com/jameelajamil/status/1204386553293725696?s=20Her Twitter, her choice.