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Bette Midler Wants The US To Ban Viagra Because It’s ‘God’s Will’ To Have A ‘Limp D**k’

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Bette Midler Wants The US To Ban Viagra Because It’s ‘God’s Will’ To Have A ‘Limp D**k’

Bette Midler is calling on the US to ban Viagra following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe V Wade last week.

Everyone’s favourite aunt took to social media to make her feelings known about the medication used to treat erectile dysfunction.

The actor tweeted: “Time to ban Viagra. Because if pregnancy is ‘God’s will’, then so is your limp d**k.”

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Many fans tweeted in support of Middler’s statement, with one person writing: “I love it. The Republican limp d**k party.”

Another said: “Been saying this for years.”

A third person commented: “My brother-in-law asked if they are going to ban condoms in red states - birth control right?”

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While another wrote: “Couldn’t have said it better myself.”

The actor, who is set to appear in the upcoming Hocus Pocus sequel later this year, has been extremely vocal about her disagreement with the Supreme Court’s move to give abortion legislation rights decisions back to the US states. 

Following Roe v Wade being overturned, she tweeted: "They did it. THEY DID IT TO US! #SCOTUS has overturned #RoevWade, enshrined in the Constitution as settled law for over 50 years.

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 "How dare they? This #SCOTUS is absolutely tone-deaf to the will and even the actual needs of the American people. #WakeUpAmerica."

The Guttmacher Institute reports that 26 states are already looking to ban abortion following the Supreme Court ruling.

Thirteen states – including Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi – have already passed ‘trigger laws’ to criminalise abortion that automatically went into effect following the overruling over the weekend.

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However, on Monday (27 June), a Louisiana judge managed to block ‘trigger laws’ that would have immediately removed abortion rights across the state.

Orleans Parish Civil District Court Judge Robin M Giarrusso issued a temporary injunction that prevented the state from carrying out the ban.

Judge Giarrusso set a hearing for July 8 in the Civil District Court for Orleans Parish.

According to ABC News, a Utah judge also blocked ‘trigger laws’ earlier this week after Planned Parenthood challenged them as they contained narrow exceptions for rape, incest or the mother's health.

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After the judge’s decision, President and CEO of Planned Parenthood Association of Utah Karrie Galloway, issued a statement.

She said: "Today is a win, but it is only the first step in what will undoubtedly be a long and difficult fight.”

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Topics: Celebrity, News, Politics, US News

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