Along with photos, internet history, and location tracking, this is what reproductive surveillance can look like.
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As survivors, we demand the Department of Education stop enforcing the previous administration's dangerous Title IX rule that fails to protect students.
The Ohio bill would ban all abortion, using Texas-style vigilante lawsuits and an unscientific definition of when pregnancy begins.