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Gina Crosley-Corcoran

TheFeministBreeder

Gina Crosley-Corcoran is a pre-law student in her early 30’s at Loyola University Chicago, and has a passion for reproductive justice as it relates to the rights of childbearing women. Gina is a mother of two young boys, the first of which was born via cesarean, and the second which was born by a triumphant, hard fought VBAC. In the delivery room, Gina discovered the ways in which some laboring women must stand up to the system to achieve a truly autonomous, safe, and satisfying birth experience. Since then, Gina has been providing mother-to-mother support by leading the DuPage County chapter of the International Cesarean Awareness Network, and through disseminating information and resources about VBAC birth through her blog, TheFeministBreeder.com

When Gina earns her law degree, she hopes to assist women facing legal challenges with asserting their right to safe and satisfying birth.


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A Child Is Born; A Mother is Born

Gina Crosley-Corcoran

Birth is not only about bringing a child into this world, it's also about bringing a mother into the world. While the safe and healthy birth of the baby should be a concern, becoming a mother is also transformative and monumental.

Once a Cesarean, Rarely a Choice

Gina Crosley-Corcoran

The National Institutes of Health convened a conference to discuss a hotly debated topic--vaginal birth after cesarean section. Feminists are working to ensure that the voices of mothers are heard.

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