- World of Women tweeted against law striking down rights for abortion in the US.
- Boss Beauties also strongly remarked their protest.
- The US SC revoked Roe v. Wade, which earlier allowed abortion.
In the wake of the US Supreme Court overturning the Roe v. Wade decision, which earlier legalized abortion in the US, the World of Women NFT community has pressed their strong protest via Twitter.
On Friday, the Supreme Court officially revoked the constitutional rights to abortion. Following this news, many organizations took to the streets with slogans and placards depicting strong opposition against the Supreme Court rule.
Sending care to everyone around the world who is heartbroken by the news of Roe v. Wade being overturned in the US.
Sending support to all women and birthing people, who should have fundamental rights over their bodies worldwide.
We stand together for human rights. pic.twitter.com/X4bHr9wUEf
— World of Women (@worldofwomennft) June 25, 2022
As an NFT community that celebrates representation, inclusivity, and equality, the World of Women declared their protest against the new law. Their tweet read, “Sending care to everyone worldwide who is heartbroken by the news of Roe v. Wade being overturned in the US.”
Specifically, the team remarked that they are sending support to all women and birthing people who should have fundamental rights over their bodies worldwide. Also, the NFT community wrote that they stand together for human rights.
Meanwhile, Boss Beauties, another women-led NFT community, also raised its voice against demolishing abortion rights. The team remarked, “What would happen if there were 9?”. The Twitter post showed an image of nine lady NFTs. This means that if all the judges were ladies, the rule will be favorable for the supporters of abortion.
In detail, Boss Beauties tweeted the image in response to the question raised by a Twitterati BradThe3rd.eth. The person asked if there are any women-led projects which opened their thoughts against what is happening in America. Also, the Twitter user said there were still no women-oriented platforms that hit the timeline.
Diving more, among the nine judges, five judges signed the majority opinion on striking down abortion rights, and three judges dissented from the opinion. However, the remaining judge, John Roberts said that he would not have overturned Roe but would have only upheld Mississippi’s law that bans abortions after 15 weeks.