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Amber Tamblyn Fights For Reproductive Rights On Her Birthday, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Laura Dern & More Join Marches For Bodily Freedom

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Amber Tamblyn is celebrating her 39th birthday by fighting for reproductive freedom. The “Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” actress took to Instagram on Saturday to ask her followers to get involved and “fight for bodily freedom.” READ MORE: Yvette Nicole Brown, Amber Tamblyn, And Others Talk Empowering Women At Annual EMILY’s List Event She shared a black and white close-up photo of herself with the words “All I want to do is fight” edited overtop her face in a bright green font. “For my birthday today, I want you to join a march in your town to fight for bodily freedom and the reproductive rights of every person in this country,” the writer and activist captioned the photo, including the hashtag that read “Bans off our bodies.” READ MORE: Blake Lively And Amber Tamblyn Get Together For ‘Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants’ Halloween Reunion While Tamblyn marched in New York, she encouraged others to participate in a number of other marches occurring throughout the country by listing them in her caption.

If people are unable to attend, she asked them to “donate to Planned Parenthood for my birthday instead.” The “Joan of Arcadia” alum wasn’t the only celebrity to speak up about reproductive rights. READ MORE: Amber Tamblyn Relates To Britney Spears’ Experience, ‘I Was Everyone’s A.T.M.’ On Saturday, Julia Louis-Dreyfus also attended the New York “Bans off our bodies” march and held up a sign that read a line from one of her most famous characters, “Veep”‘s President Selina Meyer: “If men got pregnant you could get an abortion at an ATM.” The “Seinfeld” actress shared a video on Instagram, stating, “I’m marching today to let the Supreme Court know that 80% of Americans support abortion, and see it as a

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