Fake Clinic Network Repackaging the Same Old Lies in Deceptive New Website

| Shireen Shakouri |

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.

| Kara Mailman | Reproaction

Allies and the Fight for Trans Rights

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.

| Erin Matson | Reproaction

Reproaction Delivers Petition to Twitter: Stop Aiding Pro-Life Lies

Recently, I put on my big girl boots and trudged near the White House to Twitter's D.C. office to hand-deliver more than 2,500 signatures to our petition objecting to Twitter bowing to right-wing pressure, and allowing Rep. Marsha Blackburn to run a campaign ad falsely claiming that Planned Parenthood sold "baby body parts."

| Shireen Shakouri | Reproaction

A Changing of the Guard Doesn’t Mean Texas’ Fake Clinics Will Start Providing Quality, Non-Biased Care

Human Coalition’s work promises its funders that it will reach women “most likely” to obtain abortions, and uses the model of their seven fake clinics operating nationally, of which two are mobile units, which are coach busses that fake clinic chains convert into roving ultrasound rooms. They’ll park outside of real clinics or on college campuses in their tricked-out RVs, all to trick people out of seeking the care they need.

| Evonnia Woods | Reproaction

Activist Interview: Lucky Garcia

This installment is an interview with activist, writer, and community organizer, Lucky Garcia.

| Erin Matson | Reproaction

Don't Believe the 'Alternative Facts': In Truth, the Anti-Abortion Gosnell Movie Is Not Being Censored

Ultra-right wing abortion opponents are promoting a bad-faith claim that a movie about the butcher Kermit Gosnell is facing a media "blackout" when it fact it has been reviewed by mainstream media outlets. This claim recently appeared in a factually inaccurate column in The Wall Street Journal, and I wrote a letter to the editor correcting the record. It appears they won't publish it, so I'm sharing it with you now. Facts matter.


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