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Why I’m marching by Sharon Davis

  You know that moment when someone judges you or your sister or your friend because they think they “know better” than you…oh wait, if you live in Ireland and…

Why I march: How can we say we value motherhood when so many see it as a punishment?

How can we say we value motherhood when so many see it as a punishment? What would happen if we, as a nation, really appreciated the Irish mammy? Women of…

Why I march by @Ciarabelles

As always, abortion remains a topical subject in Ireland. Whether you’re pro-life or pro-choice, it doesn’t really matter, what does is that the subject is always there. As I’m largely…

Why I’m marching by Angela B

I’m marching for Choice on 24th September because I want to secure free, safe, and legal abortion services in Ireland. I see dignity of the person and bodily autonomy as…

Why I’m marching – I’m tired of being treated like a second-class citizen

Political parties will you repeal the Eighth Amendment? If not, get ready for an electoral kicking! By Anthea McTeirnan Do you like being a second­class citizen? Do you feel ok…