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Pink, Billie Joe Armstrong, Ireland Baldwin: More stars criticize US abortion decision


Criticism of the Supreme Court's decision on US abortion law continues. Pink rails against supporters among her fans, Green Day singer Armstrong wants to give up his citizenship.

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Singer Pink at a performance last year

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Even days after the controversial ruling by the US Supreme Court, which paved the way for stricter abortion laws, the criticism has not died down.

In particular, cultural workers from the USA are shocked by the decision.

Singer Pink tweeted


Saturday: "If you think the government should interfere in a woman's womb, in a gay person's affairs, in their marriage, or that racism is okay, please listen In the name of your god, never again my music«.

Over the weekend, the 42-year-old then fought further verbal battles on Twitter with fans who resented her.

Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong


expressed his frustration during a performance in London.

"I'm fucking giving up my citizenship," the bandleader told the audience.

"There's just too much fucking stupid in the world to go back to this miserable fucking ridiculousness of a country," Armstrong said.

The singer announced that one would hear a lot more from him in the coming days.

There was also an impressive statement from

model Ireland Baldwin


Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger's daughter revealed on Tiktok that she was raped as a teenager.

She was completely unconscious during the incident and hadn't told anyone about it for years, not even her parents.

"The only person who knew was a nurse who treated me shortly thereafter."

She didn't want to imagine what would have happened if she had gotten pregnant at the time, Baldwin said.

"I have the medical options, money and support that many women don't have access to," the model continued.

Baldwin also revealed that she had had an abortion herself in a previous relationship.

"I decided to have an abortion because I know exactly what it feels like to be born between two people who hate each other," said the 26-year-old, referring to her parents' conflicted relationship.

Her boyfriend at the time also made it clear that he didn't want to get married and didn't want to have children.

Immediately after the Supreme Court's decision on Friday, stars such as Billie Eilish, Mariah Carey and Taylor Swift had sharply criticized the verdict.

"I am absolutely shocked that we are where we are," Swift wrote.

Washington's decision is likely to have far-reaching consequences.

There is no federal law in the United States that allows or prohibits abortion.

However, abortions were permitted at least until the fetus was viable – today around the 24th week of pregnancy.

The judges' decision to establish the historic »Roe v.

Wade' ruling from 1973, the US states are now allowed to decide on abortion rights.

In about half of the states, abortion is likely to be severely restricted or banned as a result.


Source: spiegel

All life articles on 2022-06-27

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