Los Angeles Times Editorial Pushes Dangerous Stereotypes About Pregnant People That Use Drugs

| Nataley Neuman | Reproaction

Instead of making valid points about the consequences of fetal personhood laws, the Times editorial board weaponized Becker’s past drug use to advance misinformation and perpetuate stigma.

| Shireen Shakouri | Reproaction

‘Pro-Life’ Thought Experiments Don’t Care About Our Pain

This is not a question of intellectual interest, or a concern for the value of fetal life. It’s a disregard for women and survivors and a patently cruel framing of the trauma that rape, and pregnancies resulting from rape, can have on people.

| Kara Mailman and Shireen Shakouri | Reproaction

Anti-Vaccine and Anti-Abortion Go Hand in Hand

The combination of anti-vaccine and anti-abortion rhetoric makes sense: Both ignore science and spread potentially dangerous misinformation.

| Kylie Cheung | Reproaction

How Anti-Abortion Forces Are Invading Your Privacy

Collection of people’s menstrual cycles by anti-abortion state officials as well as anti-abortion organizations is not only a gross overreach, but is also dangerous.

| Evonnia Woods | Reproaction

Reproaction Is Thankful for Birth Control

It is imperative that people are able to decide for themselves if and when to start a family, which is why birth control access is a vital component of Reproaction’s mission to advance reproductive justice.

| Nataley Neuman | Reproaction

Roe v. Wade and Wisconsin’s Act 292

So much of what we celebrate in Roe is the right to personal liberty and privacy, and Wisconsin’s Act 292 restricts those rights by mandating an investigative response by the state to private dialogue between healthcare providers and patients.


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