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Abortion: Not Just A Statistic, But a Story.

Tweet At the Palais Des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, 2009, Photo By Alabera An Ran Zhao It seems almost logical that I should write about abortion. This is a personal feminist blog and I have had two abortions. I’m somewhat comfortable talking about them. When I’m not, it isn’t because it’s too difficult for me [...]
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Hillary Clinton being a boss (video)

Tweet History will look at Hillary Clinton as someone who never gave up and continued to succeed, despite being knocked down over and over again. She will be seen as a polarizing trailblazer who finally found her voice — leading to eventual success as First Lady, Senator, and Secretary of State. Once in positions of [...]
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I’m pro-choice (and so can you!)

TweetCross posted on Feminists for Choice  I was raised in Pakistan, where abortion is illegal. So as you can imagine, there’s a big market for illegal abortions there, and it’s horrific. In 2012, Nele Obermueller reported for The Guardian: “Shamin was not married when she got pregnant. Rather than face the shame of being a single mother in [...]
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“She Had a Heartbeat Too”: The Tragic Death of Savita Halappanavar in an Irish Hospital

TweetCross-posted from On The Issues Magazine. By Ann Rossiter, On the Issues Special Correspondent in Dublin, Ireland. A 17-weeks pregnant woman with severe back pain is admitted to a hospital in the west of Ireland. After an examination, she is told that her cervix is fully dilated; her amniotic fluid leaking. Her immature fetus will not [...]
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Portland, Maine stands with Planned Parenthood

TweetOn Friday, despite below-freezing temperatures, over 80 pro-choice protesters gathered in front of Portland, Maine’s Planned Parenthood clinic to stand up to the anti-choice picketers who have been gathering weekly at the clinic’s doors since last summer. It was a welcome change from most Friday mornings, when the sidewalk in front of Planned Parenthood is [...]
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