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National Advocates for Pregnant Women (NAPW) – Contest Winners Selected

NAPW has selected the winners of its first law student writing contest on the topic of challenging denial of vaginal delivery to women with a prior cesarean surgery.

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The “A-Word”: A Birth Activist Speaks Out

Childbirth activists must find common ground with fellow reproductive rights activists, and feel comfortable discussing abortion in order to ensure that birth rights are respected and valued as well.

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Once a Cesarean, Always a Cesarean : The Tides Must Change

Until you have walked in someone elses shoes, you should always
think twice about what you have to say about their personal experience.
That goes especially to those who have never had children, or had a
cesarean section.

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Risking the Future: Repeat C-Section or Vaginal Birth?

A new study uncovers more reasons for women to consider their childbirth options and to fight for their right to thorough, unbiased and accurate information when thinking about what kind of birth for which they’d like to plan.

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You Try Saying No to a C-Section

Why are the legislators — who profess to care so much about pregnant women — only willing to “protect” women who plan to end their pregnancies from coercion, and not those those who intend to go to term?

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