Half a century ago, a group of clergy formed to help people seeking abortions, even though abortion was illegal in the United States. Today's faith leaders can follow in their footsteps by becoming advocates in clinics, statehouses, seminaries, and their places of worship.
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"It is liberating for us, as undocumented people, to tell these stories and insist on the complexity of this issue, to make people understand the complexity of this issue," Vargas told Rewire in a recent interview.
The politics of the imaginary world Gilead have been refreshed for the contemporary audience, raising more nuanced perspectives on childbearing, LGBTQ concerns, and anxieties about fetal "personhood."
Are we surprised?
We often believe that we do not have the training to deal with the complexities of transgender health. This contributes to significant disparities in sexual and reproductive health for transgender people.
A ruling Monday that Robert Lewis Dear Jr. remains not competent to stand trial means there are still few answers around the 2015 siege at a Colorado Planned Parenthood that left three dead.