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Also, doing this work doesn’t need to look like going to nursing school to be an abortion provider or becoming a public defender to work with criminalized pregnant people or putting your body on the line as a clinic escort (though we need folks to be doing all of these, for sure). It’s often mundane, quiet, unglamorous: a recurring donation to your local abortion fund, driving someone to the airport, putting together a care package of heating pads and ginger ale and saltines. Just as abortion itself is not inherently traumatic or complicated (though of course, it can be), being actively pro-abortion and caring for your community will not always feel public and big and gratifying in the way a thousand likes on a social media post will. It will involve lots of time spent reading, learning, questioning, thinking. It will involve messing up and not always being able to show up for someone in the ways you wish you could and having deeply uncomfortable or ugly conversations with people in your life (even if they consider themselves to be pro-choice). It’s not as simple as a bumper sticker or an Instagram post. And if you’re white, cis, able-bodied, or living in a high-access state with socioeconomic privilege and access to safe reproductive care, it will involve a lot more following than leading.
Is there anything you would want to tell people who might be considering a career in abortion services or reproductive health care more generally? As a mother who has had an abortion and loves pregnant people, connection, community, and bodily autonomy with all my heart, abortion care work is the most beautiful work on earth to me. But it is often done in some very unbeautiful circumstances, for low wages, and in unhealthy work environments. Just as Roe was the floor rather than the ceiling, we must do the work of imagining what abortion care could look like—and then create the context for that care ourselves. There is nothing more normal or ordinary than sex and the reproductive lives and cycles of our bodies, and the more we talk about all of it—the realities of receiving and providing this care; the ways in which we are shamed or disrespected or traumatized; the sensations and emotions we experience around these concepts and their roots—the healthier this new world of care we are building together will be.
Every abortion care worker I know—especially those in the states now passing bans and instituting wildly unconstitutional and evil enforcement mechanisms for those bans—is deeply traumatized but has no choice but to continue working through our trauma. Working even harder, in fact. We feel abandoned—by the politicians and parties who use our work as a football or a bargaining chip to raise money off of but who communicate their complete disinterest in our or our patients’ actual survival and well-being by their every action; by the leadership of the organizations who claim reproductive justice as a mission but who then create and uphold wildly racist, ableist, and anti-family policies and environments for their workers; and often by our loved ones or people in our lives who don’t understand what our day-to-day lives actually look like right now and don’t have the curiosity (or, understandably, the time and energy) to plug into abortion support networks where they’re most desperately needed.
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- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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