Sex work is not inherently dehumanizing
Governor Evers administration has the power and responsibility to act to restore rights and liberty to pregnant people across the state. Change can happen, and when it does, we will be prepared.
As the activists rounded the corner, they lifted their signs to match the #StopProsecutingAbortion projection lighting up the side of the hotel.
On Friday, January 18, Reproaction organized a counter-protest against the annual March for Life, an anti-abortion protest that coincides with the Roe v. Wade anniversary in Washington, D.C.
Cortney Bouse has been an organizer with Planned Parenthood Great Plains in Columbia, Missouri, for more than two years. She has also worked in sexual health education, as well as sexual and domestic violence advocacy and policy work.
In a time when, across many states, women are already being sent to jail for self-managing their own abortions we are excited to be spearheading a movement that is not afraid to stand up to the hypocritical pro-life movement and demand anti-abortion lawmakers put down the handcuffs and stop putting women in jail.
We owe it to those who have died, been jailed, or otherwise experienced trauma to demand that ‘pro-life’ leaders put down the handcuffs and stop prosecuting abortion along with any pregnancy outcome, and end the demonization of reproductive choices made by women of color.
It is not enough to see the violence of denying refugees asylum as a tragedy, but a part of a larger system of oppression that impacts all of us, and that we all must act on, and end.
This installment is an interview with anarchist activist, Renee Maxwell.
The M.O. of anti-abortion fake clinics is to mislead and shame people considering abortion, often employing grotesque scare tactics and outright lies about the supposed risks of the procedure itself and purported after-effects of abortion on the body.
Since I had seen several organizations run primarily by cisgender, heterosexual people tweeting about how they would fight back against this dehumanizing policy, I assumed many organizations that were not directly associated with the trans community would show up to give their support.
I was wrong.