Women are taking to Twitter to vent their frustration at a new anti-abortion bill signed by the Republican governor of Kentucky.
Matt Bevin has signed a bill which makes it compulsory for women who wish to access a termination to have a face-to-face consultation (either in person or by video chat) at least 24 hours before the procedure.
I was humbled to sign an historic pro-life bill in front of a record crowd at today's Kentucky Right to Life Rally. pic.twitter.com/tH7KpRmgbv— Matt Bevin (@MattBevin) February 11, 2016
The bill has been criticised by opponents who say that it is designed to “bully, shame and humiliate women”.
Mr Bevin signed the bill at a pro-life rally on Thursday.
In response, Twitter user Molly Shah suggested: “since Matt Bevin has so many opinions on my uterus, I have some Obgyn questions to ask him.” She invited other women to join her using the hashtag #askbevinaboutmyvag
Questions for the politician quickly flooded in.
#askBevinaboutmyvag I called your office to make a pap smear appt but was told I should call my OBGYN. I thought that was now you?— Jess F (@WhiskeyTeacup14) February 12, 2016
#askbevinaboutmyvag What should my next trim be? Landing strip or bare?— HannahCady (@HannahCady) February 12, 2016
Ok so I'm PRETTY sure my period has stopped now - go ahead and risk switching back to cute underwear? #askbevinaboutmyvag— Huxley Morgan (@HuxleyMorgan) February 12, 2016
If I get my uterus its own gun, will the state finally stop regulating it? #askbevinaboutmyvag— Huxley Morgan (@HuxleyMorgan) February 12, 2016
Mr Bevin has so far declined to respond to any of the women.