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Comics for Choice is anthology of comics about abortion. As this fundamental reproductive right continues to be stigmatized and jeopardized, over sixty artists and writers have created comics that boldly share their own experiences, and educate readers on the history of abortion, current political struggles, activism, and more. Lawyers, activists, medical professionals, hi Comics for Choice is anthology of comics about abortion. As this fundamental reproductive right continues to be stigmatized and jeopardized, over sixty artists and writers have created comics that boldly share their own experiences, and educate readers on the history of abortion, current political struggles, activism, and more. Lawyers, activists, medical professionals, historians, and abortion fund volunteers have teamed up with cartoonists and illustrators to share their knowledge in accessible comics form. Comics for Choice is edited by Hazel Newlevant, Whit Taylor, and Ø.K. Fox, and contains comics from exciting cartoonists like Sophia Foster-Dimino (Sex Fantasy), Leah Hayes (Not Funny Ha-Ha), Anna Bongiovanni (Grease Bats), Jennifer Camper (Rude Girls and Dangerous Women), Ally Shwed (Sex Bomb Strikes Again) and Kat Fajardo (Gringa!, La Raza Anthology), and reproductive justice scholars like Rickie Solinger, (Reproductive Politics: What Everyone Needs to Know) Renee Bracey Sherman (Program Director, We Testify), and Dr. Cynthia Greenlee (Senior Editor, Rewire). 6.625"x10.25", 300 pages, perfect-bound, color cover with b&w interior.


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Comics for Choice is anthology of comics about abortion. As this fundamental reproductive right continues to be stigmatized and jeopardized, over sixty artists and writers have created comics that boldly share their own experiences, and educate readers on the history of abortion, current political struggles, activism, and more. Lawyers, activists, medical professionals, hi Comics for Choice is anthology of comics about abortion. As this fundamental reproductive right continues to be stigmatized and jeopardized, over sixty artists and writers have created comics that boldly share their own experiences, and educate readers on the history of abortion, current political struggles, activism, and more. Lawyers, activists, medical professionals, historians, and abortion fund volunteers have teamed up with cartoonists and illustrators to share their knowledge in accessible comics form. Comics for Choice is edited by Hazel Newlevant, Whit Taylor, and Ø.K. Fox, and contains comics from exciting cartoonists like Sophia Foster-Dimino (Sex Fantasy), Leah Hayes (Not Funny Ha-Ha), Anna Bongiovanni (Grease Bats), Jennifer Camper (Rude Girls and Dangerous Women), Ally Shwed (Sex Bomb Strikes Again) and Kat Fajardo (Gringa!, La Raza Anthology), and reproductive justice scholars like Rickie Solinger, (Reproductive Politics: What Everyone Needs to Know) Renee Bracey Sherman (Program Director, We Testify), and Dr. Cynthia Greenlee (Senior Editor, Rewire). 6.625"x10.25", 300 pages, perfect-bound, color cover with b&w interior.

30 review for Comics for Choice: Illustrated Abortion Stories, History and Politics

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dave Schaafsma

    I wrote this review in May, 2018. “All we want to do is control our own bodies.” “My body, my choice.” Comics for Choice is an important educational project, featuring comics from dozens of women (and some men) on their personal experience with and institutional history of abortion in the United States. States are closing legal clinics, and the future of reproductive rights seems more in jeopardy than ever, so this seems necessary to educate a new generation about these issues. And, importantly, th I wrote this review in May, 2018. “All we want to do is control our own bodies.” “My body, my choice.” Comics for Choice is an important educational project, featuring comics from dozens of women (and some men) on their personal experience with and institutional history of abortion in the United States. States are closing legal clinics, and the future of reproductive rights seems more in jeopardy than ever, so this seems necessary to educate a new generation about these issues. And, importantly, the book features the stories of people from across the country, some of them told and drawn by comics artists, some of the told by women and drawn by others. It feels raw and personal, and not all one thing, all one perspective; sometimes anguished, angry, ashamed, oh, all of the emotions are here. It’s not a chronological history book, it’s a pastiche of perspectives, but it finally is a people’s—women’s—history of abortion, along the lines of Howard Zinn’s People’s History of the United States. Though polls tell us a vast majority of Americans favor legal access to abortion, we also know it is one of those flashpoint issues that divides us as a people, even dividing families (and this is true of my family, actually--most are anti-abortion). I have this feeling only pro-choice readers will read this, just as pro-choice advocates might not read a book decidedly written from the anti-choice stance. I think this book, however, challenges pre- and mis-conceptions, and that is useful in itself. The art is, of course, of uneven quality, and the point is not that this is at the artistic level of Alison Bechdel or Chris Ware. From a comics perspective, it is important that comics are used by a range of people to tell their stories. Timely, not necessarily timeless art. The entries are usually very short, and often powerful. If you are raped, if you are the victim of incest, and you get pregnant, should you be able to get an abortion? This was once not possible, you couldn't legally terminate your pregnancy, and then thanks to Roe v. Wade, it has been legal for a few short decades, but now all of these questions are at issue again. This book should be a part of every unwanted pregnancy decision, part of the conversation. Here's some of it, in a review: https://rewire.news/article/2017/06/2...

  2. 4 out of 5

    [Shai] Bibliophage

    I respect those who support the choice to have abortion. But as for me, who was born and raised in a Catholic and conservative country, I'm against it because not only of moral standards, but also it may lead to health complications in the future. I don't impose my views to those who are Pro-Choice, but I really appreciate that I was given the chance by the publisher for the reading copy of this infographic. It is very informative and I was able to read several stories why women chose to abort t I respect those who support the choice to have abortion. But as for me, who was born and raised in a Catholic and conservative country, I'm against it because not only of moral standards, but also it may lead to health complications in the future. I don't impose my views to those who are Pro-Choice, but I really appreciate that I was given the chance by the publisher for the reading copy of this infographic. It is very informative and I was able to read several stories why women chose to abort their child. I don't criticize them because it's their choice, their right and what they believe. However, it never swayed me to change my perspective. Thanks to Alternative Comics for the reading copy.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Stewart Tame

    It took a bit longer to finish this than I expected. That's because I had to keep putting it down and walking away for a bit, either to let my emotions settle, or because the story demanded a bit of space to properly savor … As the cover promises, this is a pro-choice anthology of comics stories. Many are autobiographical. Some are historical. Some are harrowing, some empowering. All are informative and heartfelt. Having such a large and controversial subject brought out the best in these artists It took a bit longer to finish this than I expected. That's because I had to keep putting it down and walking away for a bit, either to let my emotions settle, or because the story demanded a bit of space to properly savor … As the cover promises, this is a pro-choice anthology of comics stories. Many are autobiographical. Some are historical. Some are harrowing, some empowering. All are informative and heartfelt. Having such a large and controversial subject brought out the best in these artists. I have long considered myself pro-choice, so I was favorably disposed towards this book going in. As far as its persuasiveness goes, well, I rather doubt that many pro-lifers will even read it to begin with. It's such a polarizing topic, after all. Those that do, well, it's nice to think that they’d change their minds, but most likely they’d have their resistance way up. The book's true value comes from the way it demystifies the whole concept of abortion. Reading so many personal, individual stories shows what other people's experiences were like. The feeling is that, if they could get get through it, so could I. Well, okay; I'm male, and, barring a medical breakthrough (or divine intervention,) unlikely to become pregnant in the foreseeable future. You know what I mean. Recommended!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Maia

    A comic anthology edited by Hazel Newlevant, Whit Taylor and O. K. Fox which was successfully crowd-funded. It contains over 40 stories which range from deeply personal to informational. Some standouts include "Jane", by Rachel Wilson and Ally Shwed, about an illegal women's abortion service group in Chicago in the late 1960s and early 1970s; "October" by Kris Louis about dealing with an unplanned pregnancy while also coming out as trans; "Small Mistakes Make Big Problems" by Sophia Foster-Dimin A comic anthology edited by Hazel Newlevant, Whit Taylor and O. K. Fox which was successfully crowd-funded. It contains over 40 stories which range from deeply personal to informational. Some standouts include "Jane", by Rachel Wilson and Ally Shwed, about an illegal women's abortion service group in Chicago in the late 1960s and early 1970s; "October" by Kris Louis about dealing with an unplanned pregnancy while also coming out as trans; "Small Mistakes Make Big Problems" by Sophia Foster-Dimino who also designed the fabulous cover; and "Nothing Feels Real" by Vreni.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    I generally try to avoid subject matter this depressing, but slap it into a comic book format and I cannot help inflicting it upon myself. The writing consistently displays powerful personal narratives and informative points of view though the art gets a little rough in places.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    4.5/5 stars (rounded up) A fascinating and intimate look at the lives of individuals who, for varying reasons, have had an abortion. Each story was unique, and I appreciate that such a variety of individuals stepped up to tell their story. Many stories stood out in their quality, in both storytelling and art, and I found it difficult to point to one that impacted me the most/ "a favorite." However, there were several areas in which I thought the book was lacking. By the end, I felt that the book w 4.5/5 stars (rounded up) A fascinating and intimate look at the lives of individuals who, for varying reasons, have had an abortion. Each story was unique, and I appreciate that such a variety of individuals stepped up to tell their story. Many stories stood out in their quality, in both storytelling and art, and I found it difficult to point to one that impacted me the most/ "a favorite." However, there were several areas in which I thought the book was lacking. By the end, I felt that the book was a polished piece, but that there were some areas more effort could have been put in to make it more inclusive/ "complete": 1) Because every story featured is in comic-form, I feel that the scope of abortion experiences that could have been shared was limited. I feel that the book would have benefited had their been more writer-artist pairs, rather from writer-artists. Scientists, stay-at-home-moms, secretaries, CEOs, psychologists and therapists, grocery store clerks, individuals in the armed forces, etc. all seek/ benefit from comprehensive abortion services... so to pretty much only share stories from individuals who make their living from making art severely limited the scope of stories that Comics for Choice could have told. 2) The book makes an amazing effort to include individuals of different racial/ ethic, sexual, and gender identities, but I would have liked to see more writing/art from individuals with disabilities. I could write a whole essay on how I can interpret this, but I will concede and simply admit that I was disappointed to not see more women like myself featured. 3) Though the book contains a great deal of information on varied experiences with abortion, medical (pill) abortions, legal/ public health issues involving abortion, and medical information... I can't remember any stories that actually, clearly define how a surgical abortion works. It's always there, just under the surface, but no comic went into the details on what exactly it entails, the tools used, how it is defined medically, etc. A bizarre choice for a book that encourages empowerment through education. In all, I felt that this book was very valuable, and one that many individuals will find strength and knowledge in, but it lacked in some (I felt) very important ways. I would gladly financially support/ read a second volume should one come about. I have decided to give this book five stars (rounded up), in spite of my issues, because I felt that the sheer breadth of honesty, personal reflection, compassion, and personality featured in these individual stories makes up for the problems I found within Comics for Choice as a whole.

  7. 4 out of 5

    vostendrasamigosyotengolibros

    this is just amazing

  8. 4 out of 5

    Cecilie Larsen

    When I supported this anthology, I thought it was just gonna be short zine. I got so much more. This is a proper book, jam-packed with personal stories and informational spreads. It succeeds in highlighting all sorts of different feelings around having an abortion - from being deeply impacted to seeing it as extended birth control - and tells both contemporary and earlier stories, through highly diverse identities, ranging from sexuality, gender, and ethnic identities to patients, doctors, clinic When I supported this anthology, I thought it was just gonna be short zine. I got so much more. This is a proper book, jam-packed with personal stories and informational spreads. It succeeds in highlighting all sorts of different feelings around having an abortion - from being deeply impacted to seeing it as extended birth control - and tells both contemporary and earlier stories, through highly diverse identities, ranging from sexuality, gender, and ethnic identities to patients, doctors, clinic escorts, other workers, and generally people who have been impacted by reproductive rights. It has an overall good flow where subjects that are brought up in one comic is further explored in the next. so many of the stories are told by people who felt alone and like they couldn't speak about their abortion. It's amazing to see them share their stories.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Joshua

    Simply wonderful. I'm so glad a book like this exists. The stigma of abortion exists as long as those who have had one, or wanted one, or tried to get one remain silent. This book is a boon to women everwhere who value and cherish and understand the necessity of reproductive freedom. And from the perspective of a comics fan, this book was a lovely reminder of how the medium can work in so many different ways. This collection is brimming with artists who value the medium of comics, and their convi Simply wonderful. I'm so glad a book like this exists. The stigma of abortion exists as long as those who have had one, or wanted one, or tried to get one remain silent. This book is a boon to women everwhere who value and cherish and understand the necessity of reproductive freedom. And from the perspective of a comics fan, this book was a lovely reminder of how the medium can work in so many different ways. This collection is brimming with artists who value the medium of comics, and their conviction to the form as much as their reproductive and political ideals. COmics is an art form and is therefore open to every topic. I cannot recommend this book enough.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Claire

    This is a super important collection of comics about abortion. Comics for Choice shares personal abortion stories, histories and commentaries on the politics of abortion. Each story is an important part of an open narrative about abortion, and is central to removing the stigma around the choice each of us has to determine what is right for our lives and our bodies. Required reading.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jules Wolfers

    HIGHLY RECOMMENDED- this is a must on your shelves understanding how abortion is a human right, a better understanding of reproductive justice, with the access to abortion from many eyes across range of identities, from being a patient to a doctor, from a POC escort to a grandmother who had an abortion before Roe vs. Wade- each story will leave you heart-touched.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Allie Jones

    I want to buy everyone a copy. This was amazing. It's a collection of comics telling the abortion stories of several individuals. These stories are so important to share. I felt so emotional but so motivated reading this story. We have to fight against the stigma. Abortions are a necessary part of life. People need to understand this. Share these stories, stand up for these women. READ THIS BOOK. I want to buy everyone a copy. This was amazing. It's a collection of comics telling the abortion stories of several individuals. These stories are so important to share. I felt so emotional but so motivated reading this story. We have to fight against the stigma. Abortions are a necessary part of life. People need to understand this. Share these stories, stand up for these women. READ THIS BOOK.

  13. 4 out of 5

    sallanvaara

    Oh this made me so mad! It makes me so upset that legislators and various groups of bigots are trying to take away a person's right to their own body and life by fucking with abortion rights and providers. How fucking dare you. How??? Anyway, this was a great collection of comics. The quality naturally varied and I wish the ending and beginning points of each comic had been made clearer, but overall I really enjoyed this. Or enjoyed is perhaps the wrong word, this made me SO UPSET. But definitely Oh this made me so mad! It makes me so upset that legislators and various groups of bigots are trying to take away a person's right to their own body and life by fucking with abortion rights and providers. How fucking dare you. How??? Anyway, this was a great collection of comics. The quality naturally varied and I wish the ending and beginning points of each comic had been made clearer, but overall I really enjoyed this. Or enjoyed is perhaps the wrong word, this made me SO UPSET. But definitely informative and evocative. I really appreciate the variety of stories and perspectives represented.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Courtney

    I've been wanting to read this for a while and then Roe was overturned. I cried. I wanted to educate myself. This helped me feel a little better. Abortion is healthcare. I've known people who have had an abortion. A relative had an ectopic pregnancy and might have needed one. When I was a tween I was in a summer debate class at Sac State, one of the topics (the only one I remember) was abortion. I was pro-choice then, but it felt odd because I felt that I had to hide that as I have a VERY Cathol I've been wanting to read this for a while and then Roe was overturned. I cried. I wanted to educate myself. This helped me feel a little better. Abortion is healthcare. I've known people who have had an abortion. A relative had an ectopic pregnancy and might have needed one. When I was a tween I was in a summer debate class at Sac State, one of the topics (the only one I remember) was abortion. I was pro-choice then, but it felt odd because I felt that I had to hide that as I have a VERY Catholic grandmother and many of my middle school and then high school peers were not or were only pro-choice in certain situations. I am pro-choice now, just more so.

  15. 5 out of 5

    J.T.

    This anthology is jam-packed with personal stories, informative comics (written by those working within the industry), and even a fictional sci-fi piece. As with many anthologies, there's a disparity in the art quality, but it's balanced out by the honesty and rawness of the stories. Stand-out stories (in my opinion) by Sophia Foster-Domino, Tatiana Gill, CB Hart and Vreni. I hope this book serves as a strong counter-point to the often erroneous pro-life arguments and lets those who need to hear This anthology is jam-packed with personal stories, informative comics (written by those working within the industry), and even a fictional sci-fi piece. As with many anthologies, there's a disparity in the art quality, but it's balanced out by the honesty and rawness of the stories. Stand-out stories (in my opinion) by Sophia Foster-Domino, Tatiana Gill, CB Hart and Vreni. I hope this book serves as a strong counter-point to the often erroneous pro-life arguments and lets those who need to hear it know that they are not alone.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    A mixed bag of graphic accounts of abortion stories. I feel strongly about reproductive rights and the rights of women to have control over their bodies and health, so this actually made me angry to read. More and more I'm feeling like I need to take a more active role in my beliefs, and I'm a woman who has never wanted children, whose long-term marriage ended because her husband changed his mind about wanting to become a parent, and who has never, ever, been pregnant or had an abortion. Go figu A mixed bag of graphic accounts of abortion stories. I feel strongly about reproductive rights and the rights of women to have control over their bodies and health, so this actually made me angry to read. More and more I'm feeling like I need to take a more active role in my beliefs, and I'm a woman who has never wanted children, whose long-term marriage ended because her husband changed his mind about wanting to become a parent, and who has never, ever, been pregnant or had an abortion. Go figure.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Hannah Garden

    Aaahhh what a great brave sweet touching raw anthology. <3 <3 <3

  18. 5 out of 5

    Derek Royal

    Hazel Newlevant is finding her mark as an anthology editor. This is another fascinating themed collection.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Shana Bird

    Some of these comics were excellent and some were so-so

  20. 5 out of 5

    Caitlyn

    This is an extremely educational collection of comics that discuss the legal history of abortion in the U.S., the medical reasons for needing one, and resources for those seeking reproductive healthcare. It dispels a lot of propaganda myths around the procedure, including lies about how unsafe it is (of course, I'm speaking about its safety with people who are properly trained to perform abortions). Trigger warning since there is mention of abuse and SA in some of the stories. It's unlikely that This is an extremely educational collection of comics that discuss the legal history of abortion in the U.S., the medical reasons for needing one, and resources for those seeking reproductive healthcare. It dispels a lot of propaganda myths around the procedure, including lies about how unsafe it is (of course, I'm speaking about its safety with people who are properly trained to perform abortions). Trigger warning since there is mention of abuse and SA in some of the stories. It's unlikely that someone who is very anti-choice would pick this book up, but it truly is full of so much valuable information that people should know. I learned a lot, and I feel that this resource will become increasingly more valuable to our population as we venture forth into a post-Roe world.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Derek Siegel

    Beautifully illustrated by different artists, this collection of abortion stories offers a refreshingly diverse range of perspectives. Some abortions are easy. Others elicit a range of complicated feelings. "Comics for Choice" doesn't shy away from these embodied and emotional details - which gives it the potential to affirm a lot of people who don't see their experiences reflected in the media. As the National Network of Abortion Funds says, "everyone loves someone who has had an abortion." Lik Beautifully illustrated by different artists, this collection of abortion stories offers a refreshingly diverse range of perspectives. Some abortions are easy. Others elicit a range of complicated feelings. "Comics for Choice" doesn't shy away from these embodied and emotional details - which gives it the potential to affirm a lot of people who don't see their experiences reflected in the media. As the National Network of Abortion Funds says, "everyone loves someone who has had an abortion." Like their program, "We Testify," Comics for Choice centers pregnant people and presents their stories with respect and their full range of complexities.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Brianna

    This was a very interesting collection of stories about people who have had abortions, work to support access to abortions, or know and love people who have had abortions. There were certainly comics in this collection I was not a big fan of, but the majority were deeply empathetic and informative. Across gender identification, economic status, race, sexuality, religion, and other factors, no matter your level of understanding about reproductive health and abortion, you are bound to learn someth This was a very interesting collection of stories about people who have had abortions, work to support access to abortions, or know and love people who have had abortions. There were certainly comics in this collection I was not a big fan of, but the majority were deeply empathetic and informative. Across gender identification, economic status, race, sexuality, religion, and other factors, no matter your level of understanding about reproductive health and abortion, you are bound to learn something new and identify with a story, even if a small way.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Madeleine

    4.5 reminded me of how many stories are embedded in each person's body, the intimacy of health care and of telling your stories of receiving health care!! 4.5 reminded me of how many stories are embedded in each person's body, the intimacy of health care and of telling your stories of receiving health care!!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Rahadyan

    It was difficult reading this book. I had to keep putting it down to stop from crying.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sabrina

    Personal, real, and raw. Highly recommend. Do it, you won't be sorry. Personal, real, and raw. Highly recommend. Do it, you won't be sorry.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ali

    A powerful anthology, especially now. That said, it is a pretty dry read at times. I really do think that is is a tough subject matter to read straight through.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Maddie

    Essential.

  28. 4 out of 5

    J. April

    This is a powerful collection of comics in which women share the true stories of how their lives have been touched by abortion and legislation over women's bodies. Contributors represent a broad range of identities, cultures, and experiences as they walk the reader through a breadth of topics from their own personal stories, to the legal history of women's bodily autonomy, to the biological development of a human in utero and how that process correlates with various's cultures' timelines of enso This is a powerful collection of comics in which women share the true stories of how their lives have been touched by abortion and legislation over women's bodies. Contributors represent a broad range of identities, cultures, and experiences as they walk the reader through a breadth of topics from their own personal stories, to the legal history of women's bodily autonomy, to the biological development of a human in utero and how that process correlates with various's cultures' timelines of ensoulment...This books does not portray abortion as a black and white issue, but as one with an infinite number of nuances and facets that interconnect and impact the very fabric of civilization.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Amber Nicole

    If you're a feminist, as I am, most of this isn't new. Many of the stories were too short and general to give me any sort of connection to the... speaker... protagonist (?). And the art is touch-and-go. Some of it is downright cringe-worthy. To have such a colorful cover, you'd think this book would be beautiful on the inside butguesswhat? It's printed in black and white. 🤔 Oh, and the stories themselves can be downright preachy. Honey, if I picked this book up, chances are I'm on your side. You' If you're a feminist, as I am, most of this isn't new. Many of the stories were too short and general to give me any sort of connection to the... speaker... protagonist (?). And the art is touch-and-go. Some of it is downright cringe-worthy. To have such a colorful cover, you'd think this book would be beautiful on the inside butguesswhat? It's printed in black and white. 🤔 Oh, and the stories themselves can be downright preachy. Honey, if I picked this book up, chances are I'm on your side. You're preaching to the choir here. The book would have been better served to use those preachy moments for fleshing out stories. When it was good, though, it was heart-wrenchingly great. I think my favorite story was Jane. I had never heard about them, somehow. I also appreciated the stories from the abortion doulas and escorts. It was so great to get an outside look at the problems facing our clinics. There's a lot of useful information here, and I love that it's presented in an artistic way. 3/5, would recommend.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Eduardo Santiago

    “The only way to remove the stigma and fear is to not be quiet about it.” — from Claudia E. Berger’s story herein. And that’s why I find myself rating and reviewing this. Most of us are pretty well set by now in our opinions, be they informed or mis, but do any of us really know much about abortion? About the absurd and agonizing restrictions enacted by the Party Of Hatred? What our mothers went through in the pre-Roe days? What a nervous young woman—even an educated one—has to face today? The st “The only way to remove the stigma and fear is to not be quiet about it.” — from Claudia E. Berger’s story herein. And that’s why I find myself rating and reviewing this. Most of us are pretty well set by now in our opinions, be they informed or mis, but do any of us really know much about abortion? About the absurd and agonizing restrictions enacted by the Party Of Hatred? What our mothers went through in the pre-Roe days? What a nervous young woman—even an educated one—has to face today? The stories in this book offer many perspectives, all of them informative, all of them demonstrating different and admirable forms of courage. There’s decency, fear, shame, vulnerability, insight. The writing is good, the stories engaging. And informative: I consider myself an ally: I’ve accompanied a loved one; I’ve been a PPFA supporter for as long as I can remember; I’m snipped. Even so I found much to learn from, think about, and grow. Buy a copy for a young person in your life. And, more importantly, talk about it. Shine a light on the stigma and fear.

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