With the midterm elections right around the corner, it’s more important than ever to remember what exactly is at stake in terms of women’s reproductive health. In a hilarious—but also not unrealistic—skit, Amy Schumer shows exactly what the future of women’s health could look like if anti-choice candidates control our bodies.

A little background info as to what prompted the skit: Initially created in 2015 before the 2016 presidential election, Schumer shared it again this week after the Pennsylvania senate debate aired earlier this week between current Lt. Governor John Fetterman and Dr. Oz. (In case you didn’t already know, yes, that Dr. Oz is running for a seat in the United States Senate. The guy who doesn’t actually live in Pennsylvania and built a following based on his lucrative television show that regularly touted evidence-free medical advice. He has no political experience whatsoever, unless you count the time he had to testify before the Senate Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety and Insurance because he was spreading dangerous misinformation in order to better profit from the diet and weight loss industry.)

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Dr. Oz, who long ago proclaimed himself to be “America’s Doctor,” is running as an anti-choice political candidate who, just two days ago, said a woman’s medical decisions should be “between her, her doctor, and her elected officials.” (Excuse me while I telephone my local comptroller and describe my premenstrual cramps in lurid detail.)

He’s also spent the better part of the last few months making fun of his opponent, who suffered a stroke earlier this year. You know, real professional “doctor” stuff.

In direct response to his anti-woman, anti-choice stance, Amy Schumer decided to depict exactly the kind of future Dr. Oz and other anti-choice, anti-woman candidates want to create.

In the skit, Schumer portrays a woman looking to learn more about birth control pills.

“First, ask your doctor if birth control is right for you,” the voiceover says. “Then, ask your boss. Then as your boss to ask his priest. Find a boy scout and see what he thinks.”

The skit goes on to show just how ridiculous it is to designate cisgender men to be in charge of women’s reproductive health decisions. And while it’s absolutely hilarious, it’s, uh, also not too far off from the reality many candidates are campaigning for.

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From what we’ve already seen with abortion bans across the country in the wake of Roe v. Wade being overturned, it’s almost impossible to even laugh at it.

“Thanks Dr.Oz but @johnfetterman has Pennsylvania’s best interest at heart,” Schumer writes in the caption of her video. “Weird to see a doctor bully someone over a medical incident but whatever.”

And honestly, if these kinds of men—these kinds of doctors, too—with all the privilege and power in the world see nothing wrong with bullying other men over their health, it’s not hard to imagine how far they’ll go when it comes to everyone else.