On Tuesday, musician Miley Cyrus teamed up with Marc Jacobs to promote abortion and pump money into taxpayer-funded abortion mill Planned Parenthood with raunchy images of the 26-year-old and sweatshirt sales.
In one photo, Cyrus has peeled grapefruits covering her nipples in a topless photo; the image is plastered on a Marc Jacobs hoodie, accompanied with the text, "Don't f*** with my freedom." According to the clothing company, 100% of the hoodie proceeds will be dumped into Planned Parenthood, an organization that kills some 320,000 unborn babies a year.
In another photo, Cyrus is seductively licking the icing off a cake which reads, "Abortion is healthcare" — a popular pro-abortion mantra that makes just as much sense as "murder is healthcare."
The absurd photos sparked mockery from pro-lifers, but they also surfaced an accusation of design theft from a fellow pro-abortion feminist.
A D.C.-area baker known as "the sweet feminist" blasted Cyrus via Instagram for allegedly stealing her cake design. "[Miley Cyrus] just announced a collaboration with [Marc Jacobs], [Planned Parenthood], and the [Happy Hippie Foundation] using this image. It is a direct theft of my own original art work from May 2018, with no credit," she wrote, captioning photos of the two cakes side-by-side. "It’s literally my exact handwriting, message, and concept. Swipe for comparison! Cake art is for everyone, but this is inexcusable."
Cyrus replied to the baker in a comment, acknowledging that her team was "inspired" by the baker.
"Hi, we saw the image online and didn’t realize it was yours. We will absolutely tag you for your work,” she wrote. “This image is not on the Marc Jacobs x Planned Parenthood hoodie we made to raise money and awareness for Planned Parenthood which I know is also close to your heart. It is just on the post and not on the merchandise but we will absolutely tag you and give you the credit for your art.”
“If you could please correct your post, as we’re going to make sure you have all the credit you deserve... thanks for sharing your art and inspiring us,” added the “Wrecking Ball” singer.
Responding to more pushback, Cyrus replied to a commenter who called abortion “selfish" and also rejected the notion that the fatal procedure of abortion is somehow “healthcare” for the unborn.
"So selfish!" the comment read. "Killing people is healthcare? Maybe for you females but ripping hands and legs off an unborn baby isn’t really healthcare for a baby. Start being responsible for other people."
"Oh that's right, you only j*** off to while you play xbox live with a bunch of 14 year olds who's [sic] brains are just as developed as yours," Cyrus offered as a response, completely evading the issue raised.
Despite the Hollywood push-back, pro-life legislation is sweeping the nation. A handful of states have passed “heartbeat bills,” banning abortion when an unborn child’s heartbeat is detectable (around six-weeks gestation). Notably, last week, the Democrat governor of Louisiana signed such legislation into law.