Women's March Foundation that signed open letter backing Amber Heard blocks her 'girlfriend' Eve Barlow

Eve Barlow took to Twitter to share a screenshot with the tweet, 'I’m a bigger feminist than your whole f*****g sham show'

Women's March Foundation that signed open letter backing Amber Heard blocks her 'girlfriend' Eve Barlow
Amber Heard's rumored girlfriend Eve Barlow was blocked by the Women's March Foundation (Instagram/ @amberheard and @evebarlow)
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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Amber Heard's rumored girlfriend, Eve Barlow recently recorded her protest after being blocked by a global organization, which publically stood in support of the ‘Aquaman’ star.

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The 37-year-old journalist, who had been traveling across Europe with Heard, took to her Twitter handle on Saturday, November 19, to share a screenshot showing that she has been blocked by the Women's March Foundation. "The antisemitism is strong here,” Barlow wrote. In an additional post, she added “I’m a bigger feminist than your whole f*****g sham show."

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As per AceShowbiz, there was no reported reason as to why she was blocked. The said foundation was among 130 prominent women and feminist groups, including Gloria Steinem, who released an open letter on Wednesday, November 16, in support of Heard. 

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“The vilification of Ms. Heard and ongoing online harassment of her and those who have voiced support for her have been unprecedented in both vitriol and scale,” the letter read, as per Huff Post.

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“Much of this harassment was fueled by disinformation, misogyny, biphobia, and a monetized social media environment where a woman’s allegations of domestic violence and sexual assault were mocked for entertainment,” the letter read, adding, "The same disinformation and victim-blaming tropes are now being used against others who have alleged abuse.”

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“The Depp v. Heard verdict and continued discourse around it indicate a fundamental misunderstanding of intimate partner and sexual violence and how survivors respond to it. The damaging consequences of the spread of this misinformation are incalculable. We have grave concerns about the rising misuse of defamation suits to threaten and silence survivors," the letter continued.

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It was recently reported that Heard got into a huge physical row with Barlow. According to a report by International Business Times, the actress left her girlfriend bruised following a physical fight in a hotel in Israel, where she was vacationing with daughter Oonagh Paige after the defamation trial. Backing the claim, the outlet quoted a tweet, which read, "I've heard from a friend that Amber and Eve had a fight in the hotel room in Israel. There was a noise like a fight happening in the room where Amber and Eve were in."

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