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Evidence-Based Advocacy: Expanding Our Thinking About “Repeat” Abortions

We should understand women who have had multiple abortions through their individual life experiences rather than judging them based on their pregnancy history. 

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Evidence-Based Advocacy: What Do Low-Income Women Think About Public Funding for Abortion?

We know what we think about the Hyde Amendment. But what do women who are on Medicaid, the very people who are most affected by Hyde, think about the restrictions it places on their insurance coverage?

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Evidenced-Based Advocacy: (Mis)-Understanding Abortion Regret

When we rely on a relief/regret dichotomy to define women’s emotional experiences after their abortions, we leave little room for the complexity inherent in women’s reproductive lives.

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Operating Under a Broken System: On Legitimate Abortions and Forced Triage

What we need to constantly keep in mind is how we are deciding who is most in need of help, and reevaluating how that fits in with our values. Are we ok with only helping certain kinds of people who need abortions? Can we strategize for a future in which we don’t have to make these tough decisions? How can we get there?

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The New Public Face of Abortion: Connecting the Dots Between Abortion Stories

Over the last few months, there’s been an electric energy around abortion story sharing.  What’s going on here? Why are so many people “coming out” now? And what are the similarities and differences in their experiences?

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Reducing Abortion Stigma: Problems and Strategies

What a new study suggests about reducing abortion stigma.

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The Racist Billboads Are Coming for You

New billboard targets latinas with anti-abortion messages. And if you don’t speak out about this racist propaganda, they will target you next.

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(CORRECTION) What Everyone Needs to Know About Second Trimester Abortions

Most women who have second trimester abortions do so out of necessity – not choice.

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