“I have the biggest day,” the 27-year-old American singer-songwriter said, referring to the decision. Abortion is no longer a federal constitutional right
During the set of the prestigious British Music Festival held in Pilton, England, “Are there any Americans here?” She continued asking. She further said, “Who wants to call the Supreme Court?”
She then led a crowd in Glastonbury chanting “F-K Supreme Court”.
“Fk that sh-t, fk America,” Bridgers said. “Like all these irrelevant mothers – Kerr tries to tell us what to do with our F-King body.”
In May, after Politico published a draft Supreme Court ruling outlining the court’s intention to quash Wade against Rowe, the indie rock musician said On Twitter
She had an abortion while on tour.
“I went to the planned parenting where they gave me an abortion pill,” she wrote. “It was easy. Everyone deserves that kind of access.”
Bridgers also appeared on Friday Criticize the decision on Twitter
is writing “f – king evil” and sharing a link to The Mariposa Fund, a New Mexico-based abortion fund.
Including other musicians Taylor Swift
And Maria Carey
Social media has been used to criticize Friday’s decision and to advocate for the right to abortion.
Lizo Promised to donate 500,000
From her upcoming tour to planned parenting and abortion rights, LiveNation matched her donation for a total of 1 million.
Billy Ilish called the decision “a truly black day for women in America” during her Glastonbury set on Friday.