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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 Wants The Us To Ban Viagra Because It's "god's Will" To Have A "limp D**k"
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Bette Midler has made her opinions about the controversial Supreme Court decision that has given many states a chance to ban abortion. She tweeted, saying it was high time a Viagra ban was introduced.

She thinks the erectile dysfunction medication should be banned because "if pregnancy is "God's will," then so is your limp d**k."

The actor feels that if people feel that abortion is wrong because pregnancy is God's will, then erectile dysfunction should also be considered God's will, which is why she is suggesting a ban on Viagra.

Many fans supported the actor's opinion, with one fan saying, "I love it. The Republican limp d**k party."

Another commenter said they had been saying the same thing for years.

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A third commenter posted a comment saying:

"My brother-in-law asked if they are going to ban condoms in red states - birth control, right?"

Yet another person said, "Couldn't have said it better myself."

Naturally, not everyone was in support of Midler's suggestion.

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One user agreed with her sentiments but pointed out that Viagra is also a legitimate, important medication that ensures the survival of many people with heart and respiratory issues.

Bette Midler is set to feature in the Hocus Pocus sequel later in the year. She has been very vocal about her opposition to the decision by the Supreme Court to allow US states to make abortion legislation decisions.

After Roe v Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court, Bette Midler tweeted that the Supreme Court had overturned a law that had been settled in the constitution for more than 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."

According to reports, following the controversial ruling, 26 states are already making plans to ban abortion.

Additionally, 13 states, including Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi, have already passed "trigger laws." The trigger laws make abortion a crime following the controversial decision by the Supreme Court.

Therefore, the laws went into force as soon as the Supreme Court made its ruling.

Bette Midler Wants The Us To Ban Viagra Because It's "god's Will" To Have A "limp D**k"
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On June 27, a judge in Louisiana blocked the "trigger laws" which would have banned abortion rights throughout the state. Judge Robin M Giarrusso issued a temporary injunction preventing the state from implementing the abortion ban.

Similarly, a judge in Utah tried to block the "trigger laws" after Planned Parenthood challenged them since they did not have a lot of allowance for incest, rape, or mother's death.

Following the Utah judge's decision, Karrie Galloway, the President, and CEO of Planned Parenthood Association of Utah made a statement.

She said that the ruling had been a win but noted that it was just the first step in a "long and difficult fight."

Many women across the country are now prevented from seeking or having an abortion.

Bette Midler is among many celebrities who have expressed their opposition to the Supreme Court's decision.