Tag Archives: reproductive choice

Dear Romney, Ryan and the Republican Party

TweetDear Romney, Ryan and the Republican Party, You forced us to choose between keeping a larger portion of our paycheck or keeping the right to our own reproductive health.  You made us choose between fiscal reform or denying the civil liberties of others in order to adhere to your religious agenda. You made us choose [...]
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Voice of Choice: Turning the tables on anti-choice bullies

TweetIt seemed one of the most unlikely places for an anti-abortion protest – a quiet, suburban middle school during back-to-school night. And yet, there they were, pictures of bloody fetuses in hand, and the picture, name and phone number of Todd Stave, entrepreneur and owner of a Germantown, Maryland building that houses one the most [...]
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Space, bodies, and the attack on women

Tweet*TRIGGER WARNING: sexism, rape, rape culture, abortion* I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately, and I’m going to put some thoughts out there to potentially open up a discourse on the recent issues affecting vaginas in the United States.  This is not intended to start arguments, but rather challenge how we approach trans*masculine involvement [...]
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Desperately Seeking Sterilization: the politics of privilege

TweetMy post-collegiate boyfriend was an affable Dane who later became a public school teacher. Children loved him, and (I think) he loved children, but he didn’t want to have any of his own. That was his story, anyway. He spoke loudly and often about not wanting to breed, or parent, or do anything involving the [...]
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Philadelphia Abortion Scandal News Updates and Reactions

TweetAbbie Waters blogs about reproductive health at Fertility Nation. I only recently became aware of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, a physician charged with seven first-degree murder charges related to the deaths of seven viable babies, and one third-degree murder in the death of 41-year-old Karnamaya Mongar, an immigrant woman from Nepal. I’ve been following the story [...]
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