On Sunday, actress Martha Plimpton went out socializing while wearing a dress that she probably hoped would bring awareness for a cause she believes in.
The dress features the word “Abortion” printed on it over and over, and in between the words are heart symbols.
It's part of a social media campaign started in 2015 called #ShoutYourAbortion, in which women - including Plimpton - seek to encourage others to share positive stories about their abortion experience.
Here's the website where the dress - which was allegedly created by activist Amelia Bonow - is offered for sale for a chunk of change:
As LifeNews noted, the details given aren't what you expect to see in a clothing catalog:
“I've always wanted a shift dress that says ABORTION!” the description read.
Another view of the dress:
Some Twitter users made it clear that they didn't like Plimpton's move:
One commenter had his own theory on what the hearts represent:
But others applauded the actress for donning the dress:
As a part of her advocacy for the cause, Plimpton told ABC News last year about her experiences of having abortions, and why she feels strongly about speaking out:
“[B]ecause I did have two abortions as a young woman,” Plimpton recalled in the segment, “I feel that my ability to access that kind of medical care made it possible for me to live out my dreams and do what I really wanted to do with my life.”
In a clip which pro-choice group Center For Reproductive Rights released in October 2015, a parody of “The Tonight Show” segment “Mean Tweets” featured Plimpton and others, including actor/comedian Margaret Cho:
Martha Plimpton stars in a new sitcom, “The Real O’Neals,” which premiered last week on ABC.