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Consenting to Sex: Yes, No, Maybe?

“Age of consent” laws are ostensibly aimed at protecting young women. But do these laws make sense when what they tell young women is that they are incapable of watching their own backs?

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Will I Ever Have a Choice?

There will always be a part of me that is fond of “choice,” such as the part of me that believes in the reproductive justice movement. But the part of me that must endure seeing my sisters denied access, or scrutinized for using the resources they do have, knows that choice is only for a few.

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Reflections on Stupak, the RJ Movement and Feminism

Although young women and men of color protested the profoundly discriminatory Stupak Amendment on Capitol Hill, racial, ethnic, and class divisions kept us in the “overflow” room of our movement.

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