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Fundamental Human Rights


December 08, 2012

“Every day, governments all over the world violate the fundamental human rights of millions of women. The Center for Reproductive Rights fights on the front lines every day to beat back these assaults—and Meryl Streep, Sarah Silverman, Amy Poehler, Billy Crudup, Audra McDonald, and many more are standing beside us in this call to action in the global battle for reproductive freedom.”


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Posted by CygnusX1  on  12/08  at  02:46 PM

Oh boy! This is such an offensive word on this side of the Atlantic.. and one that no women I know tolerate overhearing? Guess it must be me?



Posted by contraterrine  on  12/18  at  08:56 AM

This is disgusting.

Are we in the 21st century?

Everyone should have the right over their own fertility. Yey another positive aspect of advances in medicine will be universally available nanotechnological contraception superceding hormonal or surgical options.

No more pregnancies that are unwanted, unplanned or imposed for whatever reasons.






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