Musician Miley Cyrus on Tuesday unveiled a new sweatshirt collaboration with Marc Jacobs to benefit Planned Parenthood.
Cyrus showcased the limited-edition hoodie on Twitter. The design features a photo of her holding two grapefruit halves over her chest.
“Don’t f--- with my freedom,” it reads.
The pink sweatshirt is available to preorder for $175 and will be shipped around July 15, according to the Marc Jacobs website. All proceeds will benefit Planned Parenthood.
Cyrus celebrated the product launch with an Instagram photo of her licking a sprinkled cake that says “abortion is healthcare” in icing.
The 26-year-old is also the founder of the Happy Hippie Foundation, a nonprofit working to combat homelessness and promote LGBTQ rights.
This is not the first time the pop star has worked with Marc Jacobs in support of Planned Parenthood.
In 2016, she teamed up with the fashion brand and artist Marilyn Minter for a portrait series. The 50 limited-edition prints were sold for $5,500 for the health care provider.
The design comes as Planned Parenthood remains locked in a number of legal battles with legislatures in several states over measures aimed at restricting abortion access.
A judge in Missouri last week granted a temporary restraining order to keep the last abortion clinic in the state from closing.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson (R) said last month that the state would not renew the clinic's abortion license unless it complied with an ongoing investigation into potential violations of state law. He accused the clinic of breaking several state laws and regulations, including one that requires patients receive pelvic exams 72 hours before getting an abortion.
Planned Parenthood CEO Leana Wen claimed Missouri is trying to "weaponize" abortion regulations.
“What they are doing is to weaponize the inspection process and to politicize it,” she said.
“All of these regulations have only one purpose, which is to shut down the ability of health centers to provide safe, legal abortions, which is not going to stop abortion, but it will stop safe, legal abortions,” Wen added.
Parson joined several conservative governors last month in signing legislation to limit abortion access in their states.
Missouri’s law banned abortion after eight weeks of pregnancy. Alabama enacted a nearly total ban that is designed to challenge the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that ensured abortion rights nationwide.