Texas one of the most popular and important cities in the United States now facing a different kind of protest against the abortion law. From the last couple of days, especially from the last few weekends the common people of Texas protest against this Abortion law, and not only in Texas, now the protest has started around the whole nation.
And now the famous singer and songwriter Bille Eilish boosted this protest and take it to the next level. So, in today’s article, we gonna talk about this incident and why it took place in Texas. So, if you are interested to know more about it, then go through this article till the end.
What happened in the last Show of Billie Eilish
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The last Saturday, he had a show named Austin City Limits Music Festival in Texas. Here she was basically protesting against this Texas’ new restrictive abortion law and said she was almost pulled out from the iconic music event and this is because of its passage. This is a very significant statement that she shared on this program.
After that, in between her performance of Bad Guy, she shot her middle finger for protesting against the Texas abortion law and said that “You guys are the f–king victims, and you guys deserve everything in the world,” she shared to the large crowd. “…my body, my f–king choice.”
After that, the whole video clip has gone viral on the internet and within a few hours, it gets huge support. Till now the video gets over 50k views which is really a great number.
But Why is the Protest Happening?
Basically, on 1st September 2021, the Texas authority pass a new bill named Senate Bil 8. And after that, the who incident started. As per this bill, now abortion completely bans if the medical authority detects any cardiac activity. But this is found around the 6th week of pregnancy of a woman and on this time period, most of the women still do not know that they are pregnant. So, that’s why all the protests started in Texas. Now, it’s very important to see what kinds of decisions are taken by the authority of Texas to normalize the whole situation.
So, that’s it for now. Stay tuned with Stanford Arts Review for the latest update.