Posts tagged "roe v. wade"
There Was Zero Question in My Mind

There Was Zero Question in My Mind

I did not want to be pregnant and definitely did not want a child. I felt no ambiguity or uncertainty about this. What I felt was determined.
I'm Pro-Choice Because Sophie Needed One

I’m Pro-Choice Because Sophie Needed One

I remember the panic in her voice when Sophie told me her period was late... 2 months late.
Let’s Make Access to Abortion Meaningful for All Women

Let’s Make Access to Abortion Meaningful for All Women

Meaningful access to abortion includes affordability, health care coverage, and physical access or proximity to a provider.
My Mother Wanted To Be An Astronaut

My Mother Wanted To Be An Astronaut

I do not thank my Mama for not aborting me anymore than I blame her for the miscarriage she had when I was in the 2nd grade. Another healthy baby girl joined our family years after and she has our Mama’s eyes.
The Fence

The Fence

In fact I believed, more so than ever, that it takes immeasurable courage and compassion, strength and caring, to choose to have a child—and equal amounts of the same to choose not to have a child.
My Abortion Story

My Abortion Story

I wish pro-lifers pushing new Texas laws understood: Hearing my little girl's heartbeat would have been unbearable.
Military Abortion Rights: Boxing In Women Who Serve

Military Abortion Rights: Boxing In Women Who Serve

Military families not only bear the full burden of costs for abortion care but, in some circumstances, are also actively blocked from receiving it even with out-of-pocket funds.
Graduate Baby Blues: When Pregnancy and College Don't Mix

Graduate Baby Blues: When Pregnancy and College Don’t Mix

This piece is my story about my journey to choice.
Our #AbortionMatters Blog Carnival

Our #AbortionMatters Blog Carnival

Consider this post home base for our weekend-long series!
Federal Judge Rules In Favor of Anti-Abortion Extremist Angel Dillard

Federal Judge Rules In Favor of Anti-Abortion Extremist Angel Dillard

A federal judge ruled Thursday that an anti-abortion extremist's threatening letter to a Wichita, KS Doctor is protected under the First Amendment and does not constitute as "true threat."