Tag Archives: Stigma

Across the Irish Sea: an abortion story by Maya Rose

It was summer. A Friday. I flew over alone. Got a taxi to the hotel. Embarrassingly, my card was declined at the desk. I could barely afford the one-night stay….

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What unites sex workers’ rights and abortion rights movements?

Reducing stigma & realising bodily autonomy By @CuteCatriona and Grace Wilentz The Abortion Rights Campaign (ARC) and the Sex Workers’ Alliance Ireland (SWAI) are part of a larger, integrated movement for…

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Travelling art exhibition highlights urgent need for reform of Ireland’s abortion laws

Travelling art exhibition highlights urgent need for reform of Ireland’s abortion laws At least 10 women and girls each day travel to the UK to access abortion services DONEGAL, January…

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What an abortion provider would tell the Citizens Assembly

This story was shared with the stories@abortionrights.ie email address and posted here with permission.  I have many stories tell, but I none of them are my own. I am responsible…