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Life isn’t fair. But it should be.

(For our opening week, we asked all our contributors to think about why they’re On The Left, and what the next three years holds for the left, the government, and New Zealand.) 764 more words

Social Justice

Anti-abortion activists exploit civil rights messages while omitting King's family planning legacy

Guest Blogger:  La’Tasha D. Mayes, executive director of New Voices for Reproductive Justice, an organization building a social change movement in Pennsylvania and Ohio dedicated to the health and well-being of black women and girls.

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Women's Health

The Pastoral is Political - "Polite" Conversation

Lately, my work has steered me to reflect on a topic that doesn’t often come up in “polite conversation” and certainly not in polite religious conversation. 519 more words

The Pastoral Is Political

Abortion = Compassion

Anyone who reads this blog for more than five minutes knows I am a staunch supporter of reproductive rights. All of them. All forms of birth control, in vitro fertilization, surrogates, tubal ligation, vaginal birth, home birth, planned cesarean, and abortions. 1,807 more words


Reproductive Justice, Population Control and White Supremacy

Yesterday in Melbourne was the annual March for the Babies, a conservative Christian event organised by Liberal MP for the Western Metropolitan Region Bernie Finn. Around 1000 people marched dressed in pink and blue down to protest at the East Melbourne abortion clinic in a disgusting attack on women seeking abortion. 2,311 more words

Interesting Reading

Pro-Choice Profile of the Week: Yijin Yang

Yijin Yang

NHS ’17

Fun Fact: Oprah was my favorite show in 5th grade.

Do you identify as pro-choice? If so, why?

Yes, I do identify as pro-choice because I believe that I should be the one making the decisions about what happens to my body. 131 more words


My Easy Way Out: A Guest Post by Mel Walters

This is a guest post by Mel Walters. Originally from Nova Scotia, she moved to Ontario in 1997 for work and has lived there for over 15 years. 2,214 more words

Personal Is Political