Imagine if we talked more about how abortion makes parenting possible.
- Why I Celebrate My Abortion on Mother’s Day
- Medication and My Abortions Were the Mental Health Care I Needed to Parent
- Pandemic Parenting Support: From Day Care to Abortion, Where Is It?
- Teen Parents Need Access and Support, Not Shame and Scorn
- First I Chose Abortion. Then I Chose Motherhood.
- Editor’s Note: Reimagine Motherhood
I knew I wanted to be a parent—but not until I felt fully ready and had the support I needed to thrive.
Mother's Day or not, society will always "celebrate" my decision to continue a pregnancy. My decision to have an abortion? Not so much.
I didn’t always want to be a mother. It’s a truth I don’t feel like I need to continue to hide.
"The whole time I was thinking what a privilege it is to have this kind of maternity leave," Meghan McCain said on The View.
"Sex and race-selective" abortion bans, which were created to police the reasons someone might seek abortion, are rooted in anti-Asian stereotypes.