A series of women’s marches protesting against abortion restrictions took place across the country on Saturday, in particular a new Texas law banning abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. The law also allows private citizens to prosecute anyone who believes they have helped or facilitated an abortion, even someone like an Uber driver.
Among those present were Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer. Sumer posted a photo on Instagram of the two standing together holding signs. Sumer recently underwent a hysterectomy, and Lawrence is pregnant with her first child with her husband, Cook Maroni.
“I don’t have a uterus and she’s pregnant, but we’re here,” Sumer wrote in his caption.
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Sumer’s sign reads, “Abortion is essential,” and Lawrence’s handwritten sign says, “Women can’t be free if they can’t control their bodies.”
Lawrence wore a wide, white, and black plaid dress that ended with a cropped denim jacket. This is one of her most public fugitives for her maternal style, but after last month’s news, she is expecting her first child. On Instagram, a number of A-lists celebrated to see the two friends on the march. Actress Sharon Stone commented on “LOCK!” And comedian Chelsea Handler joked with Sumer: “I have your uterus.”
Sumer was quite open for her attempts to conceive a second child through IVF in 2020 and then her decision to remove the uterus and appendix to treat endometriosis, a very painful reproductive disease.
“We did IVF and IVF was really tough for me,” she told NBC Sunday today in August 2020. “I think I will never be able to do IVF again. So I decided that I could never get pregnant again. We thought of a surrogate, but I think we will last for now. ”
Other celebrities present the Women’s March included Alice Milano, Maria Shriver, Patricia Arquette and Raven-Simone.
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