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Katy Perry, Bette Midler and Jessica Chastain were some of the many Hollywood stars who were involved in social media protests against Independence Day following the Supreme Court ruling. Roe v. Wade over a week ago,
Perry, who gave birth to daughter Daisy With fiancé Orlando Bloom more than a year ago, it took Twitter in the early hours of July 4 to acknowledge her most widely used holiday anthem, other than women’s rights.
She tweeted to her millions of followers, “‘Baby you’re a firework’ a 10, but women in America have less rights than actual sparklers smh.” thousands of likes and comments,
One user quickly fired back, “You supported an anti-abortion mayoral candidate in the last 30 days,” and then shared a June 4 tweet from Perry, which promoted billionaire Los Angeles mayoral candidate Rick Caruso “FTW.” Gave.
Bet Midler was reported to have been effectively ‘cancelled’ on the Fourth of July following a SCOTUS decision last month.
The “Beach” actress continued: “Women of the world! Our rights to our bodies, our lives, and even our names are being taken away! They don’t call us “women” anymore; they We are called “people giving birth” or “menstruating”, and even “vaginal people”! Don’t let them destroy you! Every human being on earth is indebted to you!
Jessica Chastain Shines Her middle fingers online In one of the photos she captioned, “Happy ‘Independence Day’ on behalf of me and my reproductive rights.”
“Top Chef” host Padma Lakshmi shared a red, white and blue themed dessert with frosting that read “Separate Church and State.”
He further elaborated: “There isn’t much to celebrate this Fourth, I’m afraid. Let’s just hope everyone can be safe and peaceful today and that soon our country is out of this quagmire.”
In another tweet, Lakshmi said: “No matter what happens, we will continue to fight for the day when all human beings have equal rights, not least for their own person and body, to make their own choices and those they love and live in peace.” for confidentiality.”
The decision made by SCOTUS on Friday, June 24, effectively expires recognition of a constitutional right For abortion which was in force since 1973 and which gave individual states the power to allow, limit or prohibit the practice altogether.
Supreme Court Judge Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, Amy Connie Barrett and Brett Kavanaugh voted to end the historic federal abortion protection. Chief Justice John Roberts did not approve the termination of Row.
Justices Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan jointly wrote in the 59-page “majority dismissal of Roe and Casey for one and only one reason: because it has always despised them, and now they have them.” There are votes to renounce.” Difference.
“In Rejecting Roe and Casey”This Court betrays its guiding principles. With sadness — for this Court, but more than that, for the millions of American women who have lost a fundamental constitutional protection today — we oppose it.”