Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner and other celebrities have suggested that the fourth of July this year be “canceled” amid the Supreme Court’s recent decision to overthrown Roe v. Wade.
The reality stars were among a string of A-listers who visited social media on Monday to address the difference between Independence Day and the lack of independence women now have over their own bodies amid the controversial decision.
“4th of July was canceled due to a lack of independence. Yours, women, ” a post by @bittonwho shared both of their Instagram stories.
A number of other celebrities shared the same pink and black text graphics including “Succession” star J. Smith-Cameron.
Meanwhile, Katy Perry referred to her hit song “Firework” to make a bold statement about women’s rights on Twitter.
“‘Baby, you’re a firework’ is a 10, but women in the US have less rights than a real sparkling wine smh,” she wrote.
Actress Jessica Chastain also took to Twitter share a screenshot of herself holds up her two middle fingers.
“Happy ‘Independence Day’ of me and my reproductive rights,” she sarcastically endorsed the post.
Zooey Deschanel stunned in a tea, which is red, “Pro Roe 1973.”
“For when you want to wish America a happy birthday, but also want her to do better,” she said. has the snap caption.
Meanwhile, Padma Lakshmi said there is “not much to celebrate this 4th.”
“Let’s just hope everyone can stay safe and peaceful today and that our nation will soon depart from this abyss,” she said. written on Instagram.
“No matter what, we will continue to fight for the day when all people have the same rights, at least of their own person and body, privacy to make their own choices and to love those they love and in peace. live.”
Activist Jameela Jamil also waited in and offered some strong words on her various social media platforms.
“Independence Day, unless you have a uterus. Then go yourself and we do not care if you f-king die or if we derail your whole future and mental health day, I do not think? Cool..”
Model Brooklyn Decker too took to Instagram, arguing that this country “does not work for everyone or keep everyone safe.”
“Today I carry both an abundance of gratitude and a swelling of anger. I know I share it with so many of you, ”she wrote. “May we continue our anger to drive this complex country forward and not further back.”
Since the landmark abortion law was overturned last month, many celebrities have expressed in support of a woman’s right to choosewith many stars – like Meadow Walker, Halsey and Lily Allen – to share their own abortion stories.
Several US states the “faster law” which calls for the ban on abortion up to 30 days after the overthrow of Roe v. Wade, which has already come into effect in some cases.
Sophia Bush and Alyson Stoner were among the stars who went to a 10-year-old rape victim was reportedly denied an abortion in Ohio this week.
They shared another post, which read: “‘She’s 10’ is popular because a 10-year-old girl in Ohio had to travel to Indiana for an abortion as she was in her state for 3 days past the 6 week ban. But yes, who else is looking forward to ‘Independence Day’ this year? ”
Sharing the post to her Instagram stories, Stoner added, “Anyone else find it hard to exploit the ‘holiday spirit’ when it’s the reality before us?”