"The public loves policing mothers, and it loves policing Serena."
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She was courageous to write a book about being freaked out by becoming a mother and the changes that come with it. But the postpartum period doesn't have to be riddled with problems.
Luiselli makes a point that will make some uncomfortable, because it implicates all of us in the decision not to allow these children asylum in the United States.
“There’s a huge binary that’s been set up by the West between arranged marriage and love marriage,” one of the filmmakers told Rewire. “That does a disservice to understanding the complexities of what actually exists [in India], what women have to navigate, and what families have to navigate.”
In About Abortion, Carol Sanger examines post-Roe laws and court cases that have had implications for abortion restrictions directly or indirectly to make her case that normalizing abortion could end this compulsory silence.