Evangeline Lilly is speaking her mind about her body.
The Marvel actress unapologetically revealed on social media that she attended the recent rally in Washington, D.C., to protest vaccine mandates.
On social media, the "Ant-Man and the Wasp" actress said she wanted to be present at the protest to "support bodily sovereignty."
Evangeline, 42, added that "nobody should ever be forced to inject their body with anything, against their will." She also believes that those not getting the COVID-19 vaccine are being threatened.
"This is not the way. This is not safe. This is not healthy. This is not love," Evangeline captioned a series of photos from the anti-vax rally. "I understand the world is in fear, but I don't believe that answering fear with force will fix our problems. I was pro choice before COVID and I am still pro choice today."
Evangeline included several hashtags in her post, including "medical choice," "medical freedom" and "body autonomy."
The rally that Evangeline attended was the same one in which Robert F. Kennedy Jr. compared vaccine mandates to the Holocaust. He has since apologized amid a slew of backlash, including from his own wife, "Curb Your Enthusiasm" star Cheryl Hines.
This isn't the first time the former "Lost" actress has caused COVID-related waves. In the early days of the pandemic, Evangeline caught flak after saying she had no plans to self-quarantine, despite living with her father, who is battling stage 4 leukemia and therefore had a compromised immune system. Around that same time she also compared COVID to the "respiratory flu" and told a fan, "Some people value their lives over freedom, some people value freedom over their lives. We all make our choices."
On March 26, 2020, she backed off her stance a bit and apologized.
"I want to offer my sincere and heartfelt apology for the insensitivity I showed in my previous post to the very real suffering and fear that has gripped the world through COVID19. Grandparents, parents, children, sisters and brothers are dying, the world is rallying to find a way to stop this very real threat, and my ensuing silence has sent a dismissive, arrogant and cryptic message," she said on Instagram. "My direct and special apologies to those most affected by this pandemic. I never meant to hurt you. When I wrote that post 10 days ago, I thought I was infusing calm into the hysteria. I can see now that I was projecting my own fears into an already fearful and traumatic situation."