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NARAL Pro-Choice America fights to protect & expand reproductive freedom for all.
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NARAL 3m
Lack of access to safe, sanitary toilets means girls are more likely to miss or quit school because of menstruation. Not to mention, being forced to use open toilets at night creates a dangerous situation that makes women and girls vulnerable to attack.
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NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio 18m
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NARAL 2h
Happy ! don’t pretend to know what’s best for women and their private healthcare decisions—and that’s why we love them. Reproductive freedom is critical for people of all genders!
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Jessica Valenti 3h
Access to abortion is important for all sorts of reasons, but this one is way up there: Pregnancy is dangerous
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ilyse hogue 3h
So very proud to support in her campaign to chair the Dem caucus. She's the real deal, puts in the time, works as hard as anyone I have ever met and is an inspiring champion for women and families. We need her helping to steer the ship in perilous times.
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UN Women 7h
Lack of safe, private toilets at schools is one of the reasons for high drop-out rates amongst young girls and a major impediment to girls’ education. Let’s change this on 🚽!
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UN Women 10h
Missed opportunity. Period. During menstruation, women and girls often stay home, or quit altogether, when there are no safe toilets and private hygiene facilities at work or school.
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NARAL 3h
. is a fierce, tireless, and highly effective champion for women and families. At a time when our fundamental freedoms are under constant attack, it's critical that we have a fighter like Congresswoman Lee leading the Democratic Caucus. We're proud to support her!
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NARAL 16h
“When men’s careers are valued over women’s lives, dangerous men are free to find even more people to prey on without consequence.”
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NARAL 17h
ICYMI: This week, anti-choice politicians in the Ohio House of Representatives vote to ban abortion before most women even know they're pregnant. This obvious ploy to gut Roe doesn’t even include exceptions for rape or incest.
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NARAL 19h
“Women do nearly three times as much unpaid domestic work as men. The problem is, housework is often overlooked as work, even though it is often as laborious (or in some cases, more so) as any paid job.”
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NARAL 22h
As birth control access becomes further constrained by unnecessary, anti-choice restrictions, purchasing safe and affordable birth control online can be crucial for many women.
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NARAL 24h
We can’t believe we have to say this, but menstrual hygiene products are NOT “luxury items.” Why are states across the country treating them that way???
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NARAL Nov 18
The Trump administration ~conveniently~ waited until the day after the midterms to launch a full-out attack on reproductive freedom.
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NARAL Nov 18
Now more than ever, with Roe hanging in the balance, we need fearless, pro-choice champions like NARAL-endorsed Gil Cisneros to represent the values of California women & families in Congress. Congrats !
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NARAL Nov 18
It’s a ! 🎉 We need our lawmakers to stand up for women and families. Gather your people & host a pro-choice postcard party to write your state representatives and tell them to make a priority in 2019! More info 👉
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NARAL Nov 17
Need the facts on birth control? 👇
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NARAL Nov 17
ICYMI: Betsy DeVos is hellbent on further traumatizing survivors of sexual abuse and blocking any chances at attaining justice.
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NARAL Nov 17
This is the reality for women when abortion is criminalized.
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NARAL Nov 17
The majority of people who access abortion in the U.S. receive their care from independent abortion providers—but more and more of these providers are being forced to shut down because of unnecessary anti-choice restrictions and stigma.
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