While pregnant, pregnant Jennifer Lawrence joined Amy Schumer at the Women’s March protest on Saturday, October 2 to defend women’s right to safe abortions.
Thousands of people protested abortion restrictions at hundreds of Women’s March across the country on that day. The protests took place a month after a new Texas law prohibiting abortions after six weeks of pregnancy, making it the most stringent abortion law in the country.
Jennifer Lawrence holding a poster writing “Women’s can’t be free if they can’t control their bodies”.
The Hunger Games actress and the I Feel Pretty actor attended the protest less than two weeks after the latter revealed on Instagram that she had her uterus and appendix removed during surgery to treat endometriosis, a common and frequently painful female reproductive ailment. check out Jennifer Lawrence Celebrates Her birthday
Schumer had IVF in 2020 with the hopes of having a second kid. She later admitted on NBC’s Sunday Today with Willie Geist that IVF was difficult and that she had made the decision that she couldn’t have another child.
Schumer and Lawrence were hardly the only celebrities who turned out for Saturday’s Women’s March events. Rachel Lindsay, Debbie Allen—who was joined by her granddaughter—as well as Alyssa Milano, Raven-Symoné, Maria Shriver, sisters Patricia and Rosanna Arquette, Lisa Ann Walter, and Cara Santana were also seen at the march in downtown Los Angeles.