WATCH: Eunice P. Justice Delivers the 2019 State Of The Uterus Address

“Today I can assure you, my fellow Americans, that the State of the Uteri is strong.”

Those are the opening words of this year’s State of the Uterus Address—which was delivered just this morning by Eunice P. Justice, the Lady Parts Justice League Uterus in-Chief, in advance of the President’s own State of the Union Address and his expected attacks on abortion rights. (Eunice is a gender neutral uterus that also serves as the LPJL Uterus-in-Chief.)

“2018 was not without significant setbacks,” Eunice declared. “We watched the Supreme Court move further to the right. In fact, it’s now located closer to my cervix than at any time in the past 40 years. But we also saw advancements.”

During the live-streamed remarks, Eunice P. Justice addressed a joint session of Congressional clips from C-Span—urging lawmakers, and all Americans, to take immediate action to uphold, defend and expand reproductive rights in the U.S. 

“We all watch anxiously as caravans of undocumented politicians continue to make their way to our borders,” Eunice explained. “From East Ovary to West Ovary, all the way to South Vagina—the United States of the Uteri is being invaded by extremist politicians coming from shithole countries like Whitemanistan, and Incel-vania. Some are dangerous. Some are useless, and all of them want to destroy the freedoms the Uteri of America currently enjoy.”

To learn more about Eunice’s plan of action—and to tune in to the Operation Save Abortion (OSA) reproductive news wrap-up show streaming immediately after the address—watch the video below and follow LPJL on Facebook.

State of the Uterus 2019

On February 4th, Eunice P. Justice, our Uterus-in-Chief, addresses a joint session of Congress for the annual “State of the Uterus,” discussing the state of reproductive rights in 2019. #LPJLSOTU #SOTU

Posted by Abortion Access Front on Tuesday, February 5, 2019


Carmen Rios is a self-proclaimed feminist superstar and the former digital editor at Ms. Her writing on queerness, gender, race and class has been published in print and online by outlets including BuzzFeed, Bitch, Bust, CityLab, DAME, ElixHER, Feministing, Feminist Formations, GirlBoss, GrokNation, MEL, Mic, the National Women’s History Museum, SIGNS and the Women’s Media Center; and she is a co-founder of Webby-nominated Argot Magazine. @carmenriosss|