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This is going to be bog-standard Republican doctrine in another decade: Men and women, young and old, native Texans and immigrants, they rose to ask lawmakers to protect life, describing a “genocide” and foreseeing the arrival of “God’s wrath.” The act of public atonement they are seeking is passage of a bill that would criminalize […]
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Modern Heroes

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On March 24, 2016
In my mind, a true hero is a doctor in 2016 who becomes an abortion provider. Given that you have the potential of being murdered over this by fanatics and given how few young doctors are providing abortions today, any doctor stepping up to the plate is doing a lot of great things for their […]
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Heroism

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On November 22, 2015
For me, heroism is being an abortion provider and helping women with their health care in an age where doctors can be murdered by extremists for providing this care. Such as Willie Parker: In public health, you go where the crisis is. If there is an outbreak and you have the ability to relieve suffering, […]
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It’s somewhat unlikely that the Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade entirely in the future and certainly highly unlikely in the next few years. But as Scott always points out, the courts and conservative states are making it almost impossible for most women to actually access abortion providers. This creates a scenario where the […]

Where Are My Children

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On February 5, 2015

In class today, I was very pleased to expose another classroom of students to the amazing film Where Are My Children, from 1916. This pro-birth control, anti-abortion film (the two issues are connecte

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