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    Kylie Jenner And Travis Scott Announced A Donation To Planned Parenthood In Support Of Those In Alabama

    "This makes me sick."

    You might have heard last week that Alabama passed a controversial bill that outlaws virtually all abortions in the state, with no exceptions for rape or incest.

    Today, I signed into law the Alabama Human Life Protection Act. To the bill’s many supporters, this legislation stands as a powerful testament to Alabamians’ deeply held belief that every life is precious & that every life is a sacred gift from God.

    And over the past few weeks, others states have passed similarly restrictive anti-choice laws — including Ohio, Missouri, and Georgia.

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    Since the news broke, many celebrities have spoken out, including Lady Gaga...

    #AlabamaAbortionBan #Alabama #AlabamaSenate #NoUterusNoOpinion #PlannedParenthood #ProChoice I love you Alabama prayers to all women and young girls here are my thoughts:

    ...and Reese Witherspoon...

    I’m beyond upset about the passing of new abortion bans in Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, Georgia, and Ohio. This is Unconstitutional and Abhorrent. We can not tolerate this attack on women’s fundamental rights.

    ...and Rihanna.

    And the latest stars to take action? Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott — the celebrity power couple who share a daughter, Stormi, together.

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    In the immediate aftermath of the news, Kylie shared a photo on Instagram of the 25 men who helped pass this bill, with the caption "makes me sick."

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    And yesterday, Kylie made another announcement on Instagram: Travis Scott would be donating all the merchandise profits from his recent concert — which happened to take place in Alabama — to various Planned Parenthood organizations.


    Her story also noted that the donations were happening "in support of women in Alabama," with some heart emojis alongside it.

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    Travis himself announced the donation onstage at his show on Friday, telling the crowd:

    I want to just donate my net profits from my merch today to Planned Parenthood... We feel for those out in Alabama. I love y’all. I just wanted you to know that love is the strongest feeling we have.

    Gotta love kids speaking out for what they believe in. Goodbye.