CHOICE/LESS — Dominick Evans: How Can You Treat Me if You Won’t Recognize Me?

Jenn Stanley

Dominick Evans is a filmmaker and activist currently living in Ohio. He has a progressive, neuromuscular disability called spinal muscular atrophy, and needs the help of a wheelchair and other people to complete most physical tasks. He’s also transgender. These intersecting identities have made it difficult for him to access the most basic and necessary reproductive health care — even in the emergency room.

Listen to Dominick’s story on this week’s CHOICE/LESS.

Also, be sure to check out the Free Our People film contest, which opens on March 1.

 

 

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