Hollywood celebrities take to the streets for planned abortion protests across the country: ‘No uterus, no opinion’

Hollywood celebrities take to the streets for planned abortion protests across the country: ‘No uterus, no opinion’

Hollywood celebrities from Julia Louis-Dreyfus to Laura Dern took to the streets of the United States on Saturday to protest national abortion in response to the leak of the Supreme Court decision signaling the end of Roe vs Wade.

Seinfeld and Veep Star Julia Louis-Dreyfus attended a rally in New York holding a sign that read “If men got pregnant, you could get an abortion at an ATM.”

In New York, thousands of people gathered in Brooklyn’s courthouse square before a march across the Brooklyn Bridge to Manhattan for another rally.

At the “Bans Off Our Bodies” rally in Los Angeles, Titanic Actress Frances Fisher spoke from the main stage, where she compared the fight for abortion to the civil rights movement and even the abolition of slavery.

“No more wire hangers,” Fisher shouted from the stage, referring to clandestine abortions.

Also present at Bans Off Our Body events across the country were actress Laura Dern, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Amber Tamblyn, model Christy Turlington and Top Chef hostess Padma Lakshmi

Marvel actor Mark Ruffalo did not attend the protests, but made sure everyone knew he was there in spirit:

Thousands of participants at pro-abortion rallies reportedly descended on Washington, D.C., and even more than 400 cities on Saturday in opposition to the leaked Supreme Court ruling signaling an end to the war. Roe vs Wade.

The The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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