This installment is an interview with Sue Gibson, an independent feminist activist from mid-Missouri. Gibson is a retired registered nurse and clinical trials coordinator in infectious diseases, and has been living with HIV for 30 years.
‘Pro-life feminism’ is just the same old oppressive misogyny packaged in pop culture jargon and a ‘boss babe’ façade.
The hypocrisy of the ‘pro-life’ movement would be laughable if it wasn’t so horrifying.
In October, the Black Studies department at the University of Missouri - Columbia held its annual conference. Participants included scholars, advocates, community organizers, doulas, midwives, and nurses.
With the increase in hate crimes across the country it is up to us to be anti-racist, vigilant, and intentional about how we resist racism, bigotry, and domestic terrorism.
Live Action’s mission to incite anti-abortion rage should be enough. But the fact that the villainization of abortion providers has already increased violence at clinics and produced a body count? No respectable vendor should assist Live Action in producing more hate.
Distributing crucial information in high-population and frequently visited areas, like coffee shops, is essential to educating Wisconsinites about our #WIFights292 campaign.
Pamela Merritt, Reproaction’s co-director and co-founder, and Dr. Colleen McNicholas, OB-GYN and the Chief Medical Officer of Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region and Southwest Missouri shared their insights on self-managed abortion and abortion access.
There’s truly nothing sweeter than exposing anti-abortion fake clinics! Reproaction is proud to demand accountability and expose these fakes in our communities.
The 2018 NIFLA case and recent North Dakota lawsuit highlight a deep hypocrisy that underlies the anti-abortion movement’s self-serving and ideologically inconsistent definition of what constitutes the right to free speech.
On August 29, seven Reproaction activists met at the Boone County Courthouse in Columbia, Missouri, for a visibility action. We united as a part of Reproaction’s Stop Prosecuting Abortion campaign, which exposes the logical consequence of abortion bans: sending people to jail for their pregnancy outcomes.