Pro-abortion, left-wing Hollywood actress Jennifer Aniston has a message for men.
“I repeat… no uterus, no opinion,” Aniston wrote to social media, arguing that men should not express an opinion on abortion.
Aniston, who endorsed Joe Biden for president in 2020, has stood by Biden after the Supreme Court declined to stay a Texas law that banned most abortions after six weeks if the unborn child has a heartbeat.
Biden said, “My administration is deeply committed to the constitutional right established in Roe v. Wade nearly five decades ago and will protect and defend that right.”
Her latest comment on Instagram echoes her famous character Rachel from the TV hit show “Friends.” In the show, Rachel says to Ross, “No uterus, no opinion.”
Aniston has also backed Netflix’s decision to pull production from Georgia if an anti-abortion bill passed the state.
She said, “I think it’s fantastic. Good for them.”
“They have the voices, they have the power, and that’s the way you have change happen,” she added.
Here’s a look at her post to social media:
“The famous quote makes a strong point about women’s rights over their bodies and the actor could not have shared anything more powerful to call out the new Texas law,” Republic Word reports.
“Aniston further shared several posters showing women who have been protesting for reproductive rights across several US states and their powerful posters,” the report added.
“In her other IG story, the Murder Mystery actor wrote, ‘Keep fighting’, with a picture of a woman holding a poster that read, ‘Texas won’t make a 12-year-old wear a mask to school, but they will force her to have a baby.'”
“In another IG story of hers, a poster can be seen that read, ‘Texas: where a virus has reproductive rights, and a woman doesn’t’.”
Besides Aniston, several other Hollywood celebs like comedian and actor Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence have stepped out to support abortion rights at a rally for Abortion Justice in Washington, DC. The celebs held placards with messages supporting abortion and against the recent law.
Billie Eilish had also slammed the law at the ACL Fest stage at Zilker Park. She said, “When they made that s*** a law, I almost didn’t want to do the show because I wanted to punish this f*****g place for allowing that to happen here”. Earlier, Uma Thurman also condemned the law in an emotional op-ed where she also revealed her own abortion story as a scared teenager.
Meanwhile, Aniston recently revealed during her interview with Insider that she had turned down 2001’s iconic rom-com, Serendipity, to do a ‘romantic comedy once a week’ on FRIENDS that also featured Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer.