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What Do Focus on the Family, Sarah Palin, and the Abortion Care Network Have in Common? Choice

On this 37th anniversary of Roe, I call on us to transform this
conversation. I call on us to stand tall so that the provision of abortion services in the United States is a model of care for the rest of the world. I call on us to ask our patients not just to care about themselves–but, as we do, to care about the women who come after them.

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Securing Real Choices Means Going Beyond “Choice”

I fervently identified as pro-choice. However, how I define abortion rights is not as simple as being pro-choice. At the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, we are faced with talking about abortion rights within the broader context of women’s real lives.

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The Positive Meaning and Value of “Choice”

Choice is a central component of the rational human being. It is especially important that we assert it for women whose choices are constrained by circumstances along with efforts to increase the circumstances that give women more choices.

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Choice: A Brief 37 Year Retrospective

In the ideal, the concept of choice for American women would be the inalienable right to the full array of life opportunities and the right to bodily autonomy.

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Roe v. Wade Anniversary Reflection: What Does Choice Mean to Me?

On the 37th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, when I envision a world where women and men have true freedom of choice, I see a society that believes that a woman is smart and capable enough to decide what is best for herself and her family.

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The Unhappy Career of the Term “Choice”

The term “choice” has had many critics from within the movement often referred to as, ahem, “pro-choice.”

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Why Choice Is Important to Me: Alphabetically

Here are the reasons why choice is important to me. Alphabetically.

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