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  1. When Abortion Clinics Close, an IUD Can Protect You

    Abortion clinics across the country are under attack, as the far right moves to close as many women’s health centers as possible. While you do need to get active and vote, you don’t need to panic. Panicked people behave irrationally, and can’t look out for themselves. That’s exactly what the far right wants. At a…

  2. Are Herbal Abortions Safe?

    An increasingly hostile abortion climate, bans in Texas, limitations on when and whether minors can have abortions, and little or no insurance funding for abortion have conspired to create a tragic reality: many pregnant people now attempt to self-induce their own abortions. In the wake of Texas’s 2018 abortion bans, 8% of women attempted to…

  3. How to Get a Telehealth Abortion Through the Mail

    The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare how catastrophic an unintended pregnancy can be. Women are leaving the workforce in record numbers, with overall workforce participation plummeting to 1980s levels. Rather than developing programs to support families, though, politicians across the country have used the pandemic as an excuse to further limit abortion access. Telehealth abortion,…

  4. Why Do Women Have Abortions?

    The Most Common Reasons Why Women Have Abortions The ongoing fight over abortion rights, especially in Texas, continues to frame abortion through the lens of people who will never have abortions. Media outlets continue to repeat lies about abortion, treating demonstrably false claims as just as valid as the right of birthing people to control…

  5. Texans Seeking Abortion Overwhelm Other States

    Since a sleepy Supreme Court decided to punt on upholding precedent and let the onerous Texas SB8 (Senate Bill 8) become law in Texas last week, Texas women have swamped the abortion clinics (find abortionclinics.com) in surrounding states. Therefore, Texans seeking abortion overwhelm other states because they have no other choice. The preciseness of the…

  6. Senate Bill 8 became law in Texas

    URGENT NOTICE: Abortion is still legal and available in Texas up to 5 weeks 6 days. Effective Sept 1, 2021 “Senate Bill 8” became law. This means that clinics in Texas can not provide abortion services to anyone 6 weeks or more from their last menstrual period. Please contact individual clinics in Texas to learn…

  7. Being Abused? Get Help When Seeking an Abortion

    Physical and psychological abuse within a relationship top the list of reasons women seek abortions. And for a smaller fraction of children and young women, abuse is at the hands of their parents, in the form of incest or other sexual abuse. No one can force you into an abortion or stop you from having…

  8. Do I Have to Tell My Doctor I Had an Abortion?

    An abortion is a normal, common medical procedure that at least 25% of women have undergone. It’s also something your doctor will probably ask about if you are pregnant, trying to become pregnant, or are seeking routine gynecological care. Sadly, not all doctors are pro-choice, and some make their anti-choice feelings very clear to their…

  9. 5 Ways to Cope With Abortion Media Coverage

    Most people who have abortions feel relief, and abortion regret is almost unheard of. That doesn’t mean you’re required to feel good about your abortion, or that media coverage of abortion won’t feel triggering and upsetting. Stories about abortion routinely depict people who have abortions as, at best, lost and vulnerable, and at worst, murderous…

  10. Where Can I Get the Morning After Pill?

    The morning-after pill, known also as Plan B, is a type of birth control that can prevent you from getting pregnant if taken within 24 hours of unprotected sex. Importantly, it is not an abortion, and will not cause an abortion if you are already pregnant. So where can you get the morning after pill?…

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