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Category Archives: Reproductive rights
After investigating some of the abortions performed at Tiller’s clinic — where Neuhaus provided second opinions required by state law, the state board of healing arts decided that, for instance, Dr. Neuhaus shouldn’t have recommended performing an abortion on a 10-year old who was raped by her uncle.
You can read more here.
And thanks, DickG., for the link.
Just a thought, as it appears the two issues are connected.
Here’s more on the artist, Lisa Koch.
And thanks, Annie, for the link.
A man named Tony Massey is accused of harassing people who delivery goods (such as caterers) to Denver’s Planned Parenthood office. (Evidently, he is the author of this video.)
So Todd, at Voice of Choice, has suggested people who don’t like harassers do some harassing back. He suggests:
Please remember that Voice of Choice tries to lower violence and hate. We do not argue, talk about religion or politics, and we are always polite.
If anyone needs information about how to get a free virtual phone number that you can use to make these calls please let me know. The free virtual phone numbers also come with free long distance and free voice mail with voice mail messages that can be emailed. They are handy if you need to send voice mail messages to someone else.
No means no, but recently, when Michigan state Rep. Lisa Brown tried to speak out against a massive anti-abortion bill in her state, and a fellow legislator said her statement and the word “vagina” were offensive, and not something he’d discuss in “mixed company” (that means both the vagina-blessed, and the vagina-less, I guess).
Rep. Brown was later barred from speaking about a different bill.
So — thanks to suggestions from Meh and DickG. — we should probably come up with a legislator-friendly word for a woman’s “down-yonders” (though I could also go with “nuu-nuu”). Meh suggests “Sinful Birth Digeridoo.” You?
Guttmacher Institute has a chart that’s current as of June 1, right here: spib_OAL
Yeah, the anniversary got right by me, too, but on June 7, 1965, the Supreme Court ruled that citizens are guaranteed a certain amount of privacy, and that includes the right to make decisions regarding the use of contraceptives.
You can read more about the case, Griswold v. Connecticut, here.