02A. Reproductive Rights; Abortion Rights

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2A.  Reproductive Rights; Abortion Rights

“Abortion on demand and without apology.” “If you care about the half of humanity that is born female…”

With Woman
“… birth workers and activists, focused on the pregnancy, birth, and breastfeeding concerns of women. Sex-based language is important due to sex-based oppression.”


Woman must have her freedom, the fundamental freedom of choosing whether or not she will be a mother and how many children she will have. Regardless of what man’s attitude may be, that problem is hers — and before it can be his, it is hers alone. She goes through the vale of death alone, each time a babe is born. As it is the right neither of man nor the state to coerce her into this ordeal, so it is her right to decide whether she will endure it.” 
Margaret Sanger


Natasha Chart. “How a decade of Democratic delusions failed women on abortion: From Obama and the ACA to modern gender ideology, Democrats have repeatedly sold out women to the highest bidder.” [2022]

Jane Egerton.  “Women and the religious right in the USA.” [2022]

Jill Filipovic.  “Texas has betrayed women: The abortion bill is a humiliating act of misogyny.”

Tanya Gold.  "The deadly omertà of childbirth: Why aren't women allowed to talk about how dangerous reproduction can be?" [2020]

Thom Hartman. “Is the right to contraception about to end in America?” [2022]

Danielle Letenyei.  “Chicago Businessman Barre Seid's Net Worth May Be in the Billions.” [2022]

Kamala Lopez.  “Elizabeth Cady Stanton Trust files ERA lawsuits to save women’s rights: ‘By declaring the ERA’s validity, this Court will prevent the Supreme Court from overruling Roe and protect women’s basic human right to control their own lives,’ attorneys wrote in each of the three complaints.”

Chris Marr. “Last-minute bid to save right to abortion comes via ERA lawsuits.” [2022]

Lynn M. Paltrow, Jeanne Flavin. “Arrests of and forced interventions on pregnant women in the United States, 1973–2005: Implications for women's legal status and public health.” [2013]  Extensive references.

Vanitha N. Sivalingam, W. Colin Duncan, Emma Kirk, Lucy A. Shehard, and Andrew W. Horne.  "Diagnosis and management of ectopic pregnancy." [2011]

Abigail Shrier. “Inside Planned Parenthood's gender factory: An ex-reproductive health assistant speaks out.”  [2021]


Sonia Sodha.  “Women must be allowed to defend abortion as a sex-based right.” [2022]

Tessa Stuart. “The Catholic  Church is bankrolling a nationwide assault  on women’s rights.” [2022]

Alex Turner-Cohen. “Margaret Atwood draws parallels between The Handmaid’s Tale and US after Roe v Wade overturned.” [2022]

Brett Wilkins.  "Texas abortion ban turned one woman's pregnancy Into a 'dystopian nightmare.' [2022]


… it is unthinkable to allow complete strangers, whether individually or collectively as state legislators or others in government, to make such personal decisions for someone else. 
― Sarah Weddington, A Question of Choice

Ann Menasche, civil rights attorney.  "The erasure of women as a sex class: Interview on Fran Luck’s 'Joy of Resistance' show, Radio Station WBAI [New York City]" 11.17.22. RADIO INTERVIEW

Wendy Murphy.  "Here’s why Roe overturn is “devastating” for women." [2022]
https://archive.ph/wip/ZICUF VIDEO

They’re not pro-life. You know what they are? They’re anti-woman. Simple as it gets, anti-woman. They don’t like them. They don’t like women. They believe a woman’s primary role is to function as a brood mare for the state. 
― George Carlin

Leslie J. Reagan.  When abortion was a crime: Women, medicine, and law in the United States, 1867-1973.  [2022]  BOOK

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