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Pledge-A-Picketer 2016

We started the Pledge-A-Picketer fundraiser in 2010, and have been doing it every year since then with great success.  It’s a simple fundraiser. You pledge whatever you choose for each protester who shows up, we count the protesters, and the more of them there are, the more money we raise for escorts and abortion access. 583 more words


Rad Gal: Dawn Porter

by Sarah G., editor

Hello! Rad Gal is a new column that, in the spirit of Shine Theory, highlights women and girls who have made important contributions to our society, shake up their communities, or simply make the world a better place with themselves in it.   458 more words

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Shining A Spotlight

In early April, I wrote an article called “Documenting Fear.” In that article I described the steps Louisville Clinic Escorts are taking to document the actions of the anti-abortion protesters in front of the EMW Women’s Surgical Center in Louisville, KY. 324 more words

Anti-Choice Protesters

‘She was so terrified’: Alberta woman highlights need for abortion services in Lethbridge

The way Shannon Ingram remembers hearing a young woman describe her experience terminating a pregnancy has encouraged her to speak out. Ingram is a Master’s of History student at the University of Lethbridge, writing her thesis on historical abortion access. 360 more words


Understanding "First World Feminism"

Usually when you hear “first world feminism,” you think of raving MRAs and other sexists out for blood. However, Maisie Williams (Arya Stark on A Game of Thrones) has even started using this term to differentiate between gender inequality in the developing or third world versus the developed or first world. 691 more words

Bowling over barriers to abortion access

Louisville Clinic Escorts will be going balls out to strike down barriers to access at the Kentucky Support Network‘s Bowlathon again this year.

KSN provides practical support to people in and around Kentucky who are seeking abortions and need support overcoming barriers to access. 143 more words


I'm angry about the lack of abortion access in Ireland, so what can I do?

On Monday April 4th a 21-year-old woman was given a three month suspended sentence after pleading guilty to two charges (namely procuring her own abortion by using a poison, and of supplying a poison with intent to procure a miscarriage) for an incident in 2014 where she took an abortion pill. 1,100 more words