No one's ever accused romance writers of truth in storytelling. But with all the nooky characters are having in these books, there should be more abortions and unintended pregnancies.
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To fully relieve Black women of their burdens in the United States would require the dismantling of the racist, sexist, and capitalistic structures that plague the country—a formidable challenge, to say the least. Yet, we can chip away at those structures through fighting for these solutions.
“It shocks the conscience that this administration sees young immigrants’ lives as simply another battlefield upon which to wage its ideological war against reproductive health care."