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PopConnectAction 58m
Song Kim with Sex Out Loud talks about using “we” language to be inclusive in talking about and health.
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PopConnectAction 1h
fellow Jennifer German asks panelists what their advice is for activists who are losing hope in the battle for
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STEMfem 3h
9/14/1879 — b. Margaret Sanger, American nurse, sex educator, reformer. Founder, U.S. birth control movement; founder, American Birth Control League (1921), Natl Comm on Federal Legislation for (1923); pres, Intl Planned Parenthood Federation (1952-59)
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#VOTEPROCHOICE Sep 12
Replying to @VoteChoice
🚨Facts: the ability to raise your family without the fear of your child, your partner or your siblings being stopped by police *because they may be killed* is about . shows us that criminal justice reform is about saving lives.
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PopConnectAction 1h
shares an idea for how to get involved with : Call and yell at him about your period. Did I do this? Yes I did!
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Alabama Women's Center 19h
Our fight isn't won until all people can exercise their .
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Brainy Smurf 🍄 22h
Goddamnit this is not fucking okay, and neither is anything else in this entire thread.
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Ipas Sep 13
Abortion is health care. Abortion is health care. Abortion is health care. We must the attacks on abortion access and .
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Ashley Nava, MD, MPH Sep 11
These Corporations and Public Charities Funded the State Abortion Bans
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NCTE Action Fund Sep 12
Replying to @NCTEActionFund
There haven't been any questions about yet, so we'll go ahead and say it: Repro rights are trans rights are human rights.
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Heidi L. Sieck Sep 12
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Break the Taboo Malta Sep 14
Check out Young Progressive Beings - a new 'youth organisation for social progress in Malta, starting with reproductive justice'! Like their page and follow them on Facebook @YPBMALTA ❤️✊
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Julia Canney Sep 12
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Erin Sep 13
When you have a society hellbent on obfuscating the obvious line between a living human being and a lifeless body of human tissue, you get teenagers who get away with murdering their newborns. (The obvious line is the heartbeat)
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Ipas Sep 10
"By restricting providers from delivering accurate information to their patients, including abortion referrals, the new rule represents an inappropriate intrusion in the patient-physician relationship" — Ted Anderson. via .
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Footprint Global Sep 10
Delays in implementing the proposed amendments to the Act have resulted in the dated law failing to keep up with changing times and medical advancements. The once progressive law is acting as a deterrent to of women in modern India.
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Center for Reproductive Rights Sep 14
Reproductive rights, including the right to abortion, are fundamental, unalienable human rights. They are meaningless if they are guaranteed only to those who live in the right country or make lots of money. Our fight isn't won until all people can exercise their .
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Amanda Skinner Sep 13
For many, reproductive health care is the #1 issue they will be voting for in 2020. It's disappointing that last night's debate never addressed the on-going attack on . We must do better!
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#VOTEPROCHOICE 20h
Replying to @GlobalSexWork
17. Don’t know any sex workers? Think again! Sex workers are our family, friends, our co-workers and peers.❤️ It's on us to uplift and support the fight for sex workers rights in all of our activism- including the fight for !
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#VOTEPROCHOICE 20h
County coroners are responsible for investigating abortion-related deaths. BUT, 80% of coroners in the US are elected, which means we have power to choose who that responsibility falls to. Learn more about the power of local offices on :
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