ペリー, who gave birth to daughter Daisy with fiance Orlando Bloom more than one year ago, took to Twitter in the early hours of July 4 to acknowledge her arguably most widely used holiday anthem, in addition to women’s rights.
“‘Baby you’re a firework’ は 10 but women in the US have fewer rights than an actual sparkler smh,” she tweeted to her millions of followers, 獲得した thousands of likes and comments.
One user quickly fired back, “You supported an anti-abortion mayoral candidate in the last 30 日々,” and then shared a June 4 tweet from Perry, who promoted billionaire Los Angeles mayoral candidate Rick Caruso “FTW.”
Bette Midler let it be known that Fourth of July was effectively ‘canceled’ after the SCOTUS decision last month.
ザ・ “Beaches” actress continued with: “世界の女性! 私たちは私たちの体に対する私たちの権利を剥奪されています, 私たちの生活、そして私たちの名前さえ! They don’t call us “女性” もう; they call us “出産の人々” または “一人のお父さんがソーシャルメディアで返信した見知らぬ人から腎臓の寄付を受け取る”, そしてさえ “people with vaginas”! Don’t let them erase you! Every human on earth owes you!”
Jessica Chastain flashed her middle fingers online in a photo she captioned, “Happy ‘Independence’ Day from me and my reproductive rights.”
“最高のシェフ” host Padma Lakshmi shared a red, white and blue-themed dessert with frosting that spelled out “Separate church & state.”
She further elaborated: “Not much to celebrate this 4th, I’m afraid. Let’s just hope everyone can keep safe and peaceful today and that soon our nation veers away from this precipice.”
In another tweet, Lakshmi added: “No matter what, we’ll keep fighting for the day where all humans have the same rights, at least of their own person and body, have privacy to make their own choices and to love whom they love and live in peace.”
The decision made by SCOTUS on Friday, 六月 24 effectively ended 憲法上の権利の承認 to abortion which had been in place since 1973 and gave individual states the power to allow, limit or ban the practice altogether.
最高裁判所の裁判官 サミュエル・アリート, クラレンス・トーマス, ニール・ゴーサッチ, エイミーコニーバレット, and Brett Kavanaugh voted in favor of ending the landmark federal abortion protection. Chief Justice John Roberts did not approve of ending Roe.
“The majority has overruled Roe and Casey for one and only one reason: because it has always despised them, and now it has the votes to discard them,” wrote Justices Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan in a joint, 59-page dissent.
“In overruling Roe and Casey, this Court betrays its guiding principles. With sorrow — for this Court, しかし、より多くの, for the many millions of American women who have today lost a fundamental constitutional protection — we dissent.”