‘Keep Your Hobbies Off My Ovaries’ and Nine Other Protest Signs Outside the Supreme Court Today

While lawyers made their case inside the Court, demonstrators shouted theirs outside in the snow.

March 25, 2014, 12:09 p.m.

When there’s a ma­jor case be­fore the Su­preme Court, signs from demon­strat­ors out­side al­ways fol­low.

That was the case again Tues­day dur­ing or­al ar­gu­ments for Se­beli­us v. Hobby Lobby, the rul­ing from which could change the Obama ad­min­is­tra­tion’s con­tra­cep­tion man­date. Hobby Lobby and oth­er com­pan­ies ar­gue that small, fam­ily-run com­pan­ies should be able to opt out of provid­ing con­tra­cep­tion cov­er­age to its em­ploy­ees be­cause of re­li­gious be­liefs.

An­ti­abor­tion act­iv­ists and wo­men’s rights act­iv­ists stood out in the snow to show their sup­port. Here are some of their signs. Warn­ing: Some signs are graph­ic.


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