Bette Midler called on women to refuse sex in protest of Texas’s new abortion law.
Midler, 75, proposed holding the protest until Congress guaranteed the right to abortion.
A law prohibiting abortion procedures after 6 weeks.
Actress Bette Midler has called on women to protest Texas’s new abortion law by refusing to have sex.
“Hocus Pocus” star takes me to Twitter Criticism Thursday ban and political leaders.
“We recommend that all women refuse to have sex with men until Congress guarantees their right to choose.”
NS The law came into effect on September 1st After Texas Governor Greg Abbott Signed the law, Known as SB8 in May. The state abortion clinic called on the Supreme Court to block the law before it came into force. They argued that allowing the law to pass would ban the care of “at least 85% of Texas abortion patients” and result in a forced shutdown.
The law has advanced because the application for an emergency injunction filed by a Texas abortion provider was not handled by the Supreme Court.
The law prohibits abortion when a fetal heartbeat is detected. This usually happens in about 6 weeks. Critics oppose the law, Planned parent-child relationship notes Most women are unaware that they are pregnant in 6 weeks, and 85-90% of Texas people who have an abortion are at least 6 weeks pregnant.
After the law came into force, some companies have moved away from anti-abortion groups. GoDaddy has announced that it has shut down a site that can ratify aborted Texas people.
Uber and Luft offer to pay legal fees for drivers sued under the new lawThis allows anyone who transports women to have an abortion 6 weeks after pregnancy.
People used Online bots and Shrek porn spam the hint line set by Texas Right to Life, which allows users to send anonymous hints.
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