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  1. Who Should I Tell About My Abortion?

    In most workplaces, you wouldn’t think twice about telling your colleagues you were getting a cavity filled or your appendix removed. Abortion care is just as vital as these services–and less dangerous. Yet a dysfunctional political climate, hatred for women, and confusion about what abortion actually is have all conspired to push abortion underground. Though…

  2. Abortion Safely During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    What you need to know about abortion safely during the COVID-19 pandemic Pregnancy during the COVID-19 pandemic is scary even if you’re planning to have a child. If you’re not, it can be downright terrifying, especially as states have seized upon the pandemic as a chance to roll back abortion rights. Abortion remains legal, so…

  3. Can I have an abortion without going to an abortion clinic?

    After Roe v. Wade enshrined abortion as a right, abortion clinics across the country sprang up. These woman-centered, explicitly feminist operations endeavored to offer exceptional support and service. And that’s exactly why they’re now under attack. The far right opposes the feminist mission of these clinics, and has gone to great lengths to make the…

  4. Abortion Provider Appreciation Day

    Celebrating Abortion Provider Appreciation Day, March 10th We are moved by the ways that abortion care providers tend to others and make it possible for people to grow and bloom. Independent abortion clinics are rooted in their communities — they are resilient and adaptable, and we are in awe of all the ways they weather…

  5. Telehealth Abortion: How to Get the Abortion Pill Online

    Telehealth Abortion: How to Get the Abortion Pill Online Think you have to fight through a sea of protesters at a clinic to get an abortion? Think again. Abortion remains one of the safest medical procedures you can get, and research now shows that telehealth abortion is safe, too. Despite far-right attempts to restrict the…

  6. Abortion After Rape: What to Expect

    One in six women is a survivor of rape or attempted rape. This life-altering crime is depressingly common, yet still shrouded in secrecy and stigma. An estimated 5% of rape victims become pregnant, compounding their suffering. If you are considering an abortion after rape or incest, here’s what to expect. When Can I Get an…

  7. Can my parents make me have an abortion, or stop me from getting one?

    The Supreme Court has ruled that abortion is a protected constitutional right. Unfortunately, they have also chipped away at that right for minors. If you’re an adult, your parents cannot make you do or not do anything. But if you’re under the age of 18, you may need a parent’s permission to get an abortion….

  8. 2plusabortions Destigmatizes Multiple Abortions

    About half of Americans who have abortions have had one previously. Abortion remains one of the most common and safest medical procedures, and a normal part of women’s reproductive health. Yet women who have had multiple abortions often feel alone, and may worry that they have failed or will face serious health consequences. The website…

  9. Warning Signs of a Fake Abortion Clinic: How Can I Tell a Clinic is Real?

    The far right has pumped millions of dollars into crisis pregnancy centers. These so-called fake clinics purport to offer unbiased help to women in need, including ultrasounds, referrals to abortions, and prenatal care. Instead, they gain access to confidential health information, then use it to intimidate women–and sometimes even to expose their desire for an…

  10. Can my husband stop me from getting an abortion?

    The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that abortion is a Constitutional right because individuals have a right to control their own bodies without unreasonable intrusion by the government. If you’re pregnant and considering a termination, you might wonder whether your husband, boyfriend, or other partner can stop you from getting a safe abortion. The answer…

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