Caitlyn Jenner, Andy Cohen, Taylor Swift react to Supreme Court ruling

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The Supreme Court ruled Monday that civil rights law protects gay and lesbian people from discrimination in employment, a resounding victory for LGBT rights from a conservative court.

And celebrities were quick to take to social media to support the move which went against President Donald Trump’s wishes.

Caitlyn Jenner recorded herself talking during an Instagram video where she said ‘trans lives matter’ while Taylor Swift added ‘this is a beautiful step forward’ and Selena Gomez shared, ‘great news.’

Celebrating: The High Court ruled Monday that civil rights law protects gay and lesbian people from discrimination in employment, a resounding victory for LGBT rights from a conservative court. And celebrities were quick to take to social media to support the move which went against President Donald Trump's wishes; Caitlyn Jenner is pictured

Celebrating: The High Court ruled Monday that civil rights law protects gay and lesbian people from discrimination in employment, a resounding victory for LGBT rights from a conservative court. And celebrities were quick to take to social media to support the move which went against President Donald Trump’s wishes; Caitlyn Jenner is pictured

Relief: 'Victory yes, victory for the LGBT [an initialism that stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender] community in the Supreme court today this is great news,' said an ecstatic Jenner, who came out as trans in 2015

Relief: ‘Victory yes, victory for the LGBT [an initialism that stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender] community in the Supreme court today this is great news,’ said an ecstatic Jenner, who came out as trans in 2015

‘Victory yes, victory for the LGBT [an initialism that stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender] community in the Supreme court today this is great news,’ said an ecstatic Jenner, who came out as trans in 2015.

‘Trans voices must be heard, and they are, this is a great day – black trans lives matter, trans lives matter,’ said the former Keeping Up With The Kardashians star.

‘We are not going to be erased despite what the Trump administration has been doing to the trans community over he last couple of years.

Her note: Taylor Swift tweeted, 'YES!! Thank you to the Supreme Court Justices who voted in favor and all the advocates who have fought so hard for this!

Her note: Taylor Swift tweeted, ‘YES!! Thank you to the Supreme Court Justices who voted in favor and all the advocates who have fought so hard for this!

More to do: The 1989 singer added, 'We still have a long way to go to reach equality, but this is a beautiful step forward. ❤️'

More to do: The 1989 singer added, ‘We still have a long way to go to reach equality, but this is a beautiful step forward. ❤️’

‘We are going to keep fighting and we are going to fight hard because this is pride month and I am so proud to who I am,’ said the I Am Cait star very enthusiastically as she wore her hair down and was made up nicely while in her living room.

The ex of Kris Jenner added, ‘So I want to encourage everyone to keep up the good fight, keep working it’s not over yet.’

Taylor Swift tweeted, ‘YES!! Thank you to the Supreme Court Justices who voted in favor and all the advocates who have fought so hard for this! We still have a long way to go to reach equality, but this is a beautiful step forward. ❤️’ 

Andy Cohen of Watch What Happens Live said, ‘Hey Brett Kavanaugh—f**k you.’

Cynthia Nixon of Sex And The City noted: ‘HUGE VICTORY FOR LGBTQ RIGHTS!!! Happy Pride Everybody — the Supreme Court has decided LGBTQ people can sue for workplace bias.’

Not happy with one of the people who voted against it: Andy Cohen of Watch What Happens Live said, 'Hey Brett Kavanaugh—f**k you'

Not happy with one of the people who voted against it: Andy Cohen of Watch What Happens Live said, ‘Hey Brett Kavanaugh—f**k you’

Proud: Ricky Martin appeared overjoyed calling the new a 'win for love' on Instagram

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