USA – It seems like a scary time for reproductive rights. Here are reasons to have more hope.

Power over bodies has a long history that is inclusive of racism, classism and ableism. We need to change the way we talk about abortion rights.

May 21, 2022
By Dr. Esther Choo, MSNBC Opinion Columnist

As someone born just four months before the Roe v. Wade decision, I’m sometimes tormented by the idea that we’ve made absolutely no progress in reproductive health over the course of my life. Just this week, Oklahoma passed a bill that will ban abortion from the moment of “fertilization.” Ahead of Georgia’s GOP Senate primary on Tuesday, front-runner Herschel Walker has made it clear there should be “no exception” to abortion bans in his state. News of criminalizing medically necessary abortions and even miscarriages of unknown cause makes this a bleak and frightening time.