Call for Creation of Women’s Reproductive Health Forum


I call on all progressive mental health and health care professionals, spiritual organizations, women’s groups and other progressive organizations to create and sponsor and support and cover this Women’s Reproductive Health Forum. The goals of the Women’s Reproductive Health Forum are:

  • Increasing the awareness that women have 500 menstrual cycles in their lifetimes.
  • Increasing understanding of how women have managed their reproductive health for thousands of years, and continue to do so in other countries.
  • Sharing the history and practices of reproductive health worldwide.
  • Increasing the knowledge of reproductive health, and options for birth control.
  • Creating good reproductive self-care and self-appreciation techniques for young women.
  • Creating comprehensive reproductive support systems for women in every state and every county in the US.
  • Creating a single website with information and support from midwives, doulas, doctors, nurses, and reproductive specialists, all of whom know about the reproductive healthcare needs of women. 
  • Lessening the need for chemical and surgical forms of birth control.
  • Removing the stigma of women managing their reproductive health.
  • Creating a positive and loving atmosphere for women to embrace their lifetime of reproductive cycles.
  • Educating the public on the necessity and positive aspects of healthy women with healthy reproductive practices.
  • Creating support for women and their families to understand good reproductive health.
  • Including this forum within the Obama Administration’s “Council for Women and Girls”.
  • Making violence against reproductive caregivers or against women seeking reproductive care and information a hate crime.

 I am in Houston Texas.  I will facilitate this process with any re sources I have. Your support is needed and appreciated.

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