Pro Choice or No Voice


About the blog
This blog is a safe place for all people who have had abortions, who are pro-choice, and who are allies to the movement.

This blog is here to defend all reproductive choices, help/support those who need it, provide information on comprehensive sexual education, and help provide people with resources for whatever choice they may choose (including parenting, adoption, and abortion.)

**Our URL is not to say we are against those who are pro-life, it's about those who actively try to strip us of our reproductive rights they should not have a voice in this debate revolving around people's personal health care choices.

**We do not tolerate ableism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, sexism, or any other types of oppression.

**Follower submissions can be found: here.

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"No matter how you feel after an abortion, your feelings are all valid. There is no right or wrong way to feel."


Blogs we follow

My Year As an Abortion Doula

theabortiondiarypodcast:

A very powerful piece about full-spectrum doula work. An abortion doula with The Doula Project writes about the complexities of supporting people during first and second trimester abortion procedures.


themidwifeisin:

Depo Provera shot from Molly!

newmiu:

useless-worthless-nobody:

intoxifaded:

Save this to your phones or computer and post it on other websites like twitter too!

Why would you NOT reblog this?

so impt

newmiu:

useless-worthless-nobody:

intoxifaded:

Save this to your phones or computer and post it on other websites like twitter too!

Why would you NOT reblog this?

so impt

http://holyhells-rising-demon.tumblr.com/post/97669166876/pro-choice-or-no-voice-off-topic-there-are

holyhells-rising-demon:

pro-choice-or-no-voice:

pro-choice-or-no-voice:

Off topic: There are literally millions of videos praising skinny women, and the few videos that praise fat women have comments like this:

"Ugh. What about skinny people?"
"I’m skinny, this video made me feel bad about myself because my body type wasn’t being talked…

Seriously though, how can you interpret this post talking about a video that praises fat women, as bashing other body types??? The commentary is trying to take away the little praise we fat women get and making all about people who are praised CONSTANTLY. Your commentary is unesscesary, no one is bashing anyone and no one is looking for confirmation from the male gaze, not here. - Paige

Because I’m guessing that it’s referring to the increasingly popular “All About That Bass” music video. Which would be great, if it was actually body positivity. Real representation for fat women is what’s needed, not videos talking about how one is better than the other.

Well your “guess” would be incorrect. - Paige


Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada - ARCC

prochoicecanadian:

Reproductive Justice Rallies Across the Country: Sep 20 - Activists will be standing in solidarity with the citizens of New Brunswick and PEI, who lack access to abortion. Rallies will also speak to reproductive justice issues affecting Aboriginal, LBGTQ, youth, low-income, families needing childcare, refugees, and others.

Rallies taking place in Halifax, Charlottetown, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and in several cities in New Brunswick (Rothesay, Sackville and Fredricton) on September 20th.


Anonymous : While I think they might have been referring to All About That Bass, which uses male gaze as part of it's "Body Positivity" but your post didn't refer to that song at all so I don't know where they even got that. They also ignored that the "Skinny shaming" line in that song was immediately redacted within the song by basically saying "jk your pef"

Yeah, well needless to say, I’m highly annoyed with some of the commentary, especially that one, it’s like they aren’t even reading the post? - Paige


Some of the commentary on my post below is just proving my point further. Jfc.


http://holyhells-rising-demon.tumblr.com/post/97669166876/pro-choice-or-no-voice-off-topic-there-are

pro-choice-or-no-voice:

Off topic: There are literally millions of videos praising skinny women, and the few videos that praise fat women have comments like this:

"Ugh. What about skinny people?"
"I’m skinny, this video made me feel bad about myself because my body type wasn’t being talked…

Seriously though, how can you interpret this post talking about a video that praises fat women, as bashing other body types??? The commentary is trying to take away the little praise we fat women get and making all about people who are praised CONSTANTLY. Your commentary is unesscesary, no one is bashing anyone and no one is looking for confirmation from the male gaze, not here. - Paige


Anonymous : About plan b, is 10 pounds overweight enough to be concerned that the pill wouldn't work?

A study of over 3,445 [people] using different types of emergency contraceptive (EC) pills—Plan B and ella—found that [people] with a BMI over 25 had an increased risk of a pregnancy. The risk of an accidental pregnancy was greater with Plan B than with ella, and greater for [people] with any kind of EC pill when their BMI was 30 or over compared to under 30. So for [people] who have a BMI over 25 and are worried about an accidental pregnancy, a copper IUD may be the best EC choice. Copper IUDs are almost 100% effective as EC when they are placed within 5 days after unprotected sex.” [x]

This more so has to do with your BMI (although, BMIs can be pretty inaccurate, but there are other tests doctors can do on top of the BMI to get a more accurate result.) - Paige


theabortiondiarypodcast:

‪#‎TYST‬ New Story: “I never once have regretted it.” - Brenna
Brenna shares her story of obtaining an abortion as a college student Arcata, CA.
These are the stories we share.

theabortiondiarypodcast:

‪#‎TYST‬ New Story: “I never once have regretted it.” - Brenna

Brenna shares her story of obtaining an abortion as a college student Arcata, CA.

These are the stories we share.