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Being Pro-Choice at Georgetown

Many of our peers — some accusatory, some simply curious — have asked us, “Why would you, somebody who claims to be pro-choice, come to Georgetown? 851 more words

Georgetown University

My Story: Becoming Pro-life

I learned about abortion when I was twelve years old and to say that I was horrified is an understatement. I was shocked; my view of the world shifted radically. 664 more words


"Vessel" Screening

When: Thursday, March 5 at 5:30pm
Where: Thompson Hall, Room 125, UW Seattle Campus
Cost: FREE

Celebrate International Women’s Day with Planned Parenthood Votes UW… 77 more words

Planned Parenthood

White Men Say The Darndest Things

White male capitalists are going to have an uphill battle convincing me that the actions of impoverished third world women are what’s ruining the planet. A little side-by-side comparison of resource consumption would plow right through empty rhetoric about backwards nations needing white saviors to implement “gender equity”, which we’ve done so very well in our own countries. 10 more words

Women & Gender

proposed texas bill would give legal representation to fetuses inside brain-dead women

Texas State Representative Matt Krause (R-Ft. Worth) is pushing a proposal that would give legal representation to fetuses if the mother is brain dead. The case of Marlise Muñoz, who was declared brain dead but kept on life support for two months, is what sparked the proposal for such a bill. 75 more words

Reproductive Justice

Abortion ‘Hostility’ Depends on Your Zip Code

From 2011 to 2014, the number of legislative restrictions against abortion rights skyrocketed to 231, quadrupling the number of restrictions within just three years. In 2014 alone, legislators enacted 26 brand new measures to restrict access to abortion rights. 345 more words


civilrightsactivist reblogged this and commented:

If you live in the South, your access to reproductive health services is greatly reduced. The same is true for a few other states, like Ohio, Indiana, North and South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Why? Because the legislators in 27 states have decided to place themselves and their misogynistic beliefs between the decisions you would normally make about your reproductive health in consultation with your medical care provider. And in 18 of these states, the legislators are considered to be "extremely hostile" to women's healthcare. It's gotten significantly worse in the last four years. State legislators have placed restrictions on access to abortion as well as on family planning and related services. The 18 most hostile states are:

  • Alabama
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • Florida
  • Indiana
  • Kansas
  • Louisiana
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Nebraska
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • South Dakota
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Virginia
  • Wisconsin
Here's more to this story.  Read below and then check out the full report at the Guttmacher Institute.

On Mama's shelf

Students for a Democratic Society: A Graphic History, by Harvey Pekar, Gary Dumm, and Paul Buhle. As a member of the unnamed generation between the Baby Boomers and Gen. 497 more words

Maternity Care