CW: Abortion - If this is a sensitive topic for you, we'd advise skipping this week.
Hi friends, welcome to The V Spot: A Survival Podcast for Best Friends! This week Professor Katt has done a boat load of research and is going to give a lesson on abortion. We'll do our damnedest to keep it light and infomative.
- A brief history lesson featuring the Quickening
- Racism ruins it again
- Why the Handmaid's Tale imagry isn't the best
- A bunch of politics makes it all worse
And as a quick note - we're using the word 'women' in the episode a lot and we just want to be clear what we mean - someone who could become pregnant, not a gender identification.
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- Scarlet Letters: Getting the History of Abortion and Contraception Right - Center for American Progress
- From Commonplace to Controversial: The Different Histories of Abortion in Europe and the United States
- What is the Abortion Pill & How Does the Abortion Pill Work?
- The surprising history of abortion in the United States | CNN
- Abortion in American History - The Atlantic
- Texas Abortion Ban: What It Means and What Happens Next : NPR
- Supreme Court Upholds Restrictive Texas Abortion Law, For Now : NPR
- A federal judge temporarily blocks Texas' SB 8 abortion law : NPR
- Controversial Texas abortion law goes back into effect : NPR
- Justice Department goes back to Supreme Court over Texas abortion law : NPR