Regardless of the result on Friday, Irish women have started a rebellion, and women everywhere are grateful.
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The domestic and global gag rules stigmatize a simple medical procedure by disconnecting it from other health care services and by forcing doctors not to offer women the whole array or reproductive options available to them.
We can’t say a world without police wouldn’t work when the places that supposedly “need” police have never received adequate resources to thrive.
Irish women are having abortions, but having to go through an arduous and expensive process of travel in order to do so. A referendum on May 25 may change that.