With a new Congress threatening birth control access, millions of women are looking at long-term solutions.
By Olivia Alperstein / OtherWords
As soon as the presidential election results were announced, alarm bells went off for anyone who cares about reproductive rights.
Lawmakers around the country have been moving for years to restrict abortion rights. But for millions of women who’ve taken proactive steps to prevent unplanned pregnancy, there’s a much more direct threat: the next administration coming after their birth control.
As organizations like Planned Parenthood put out urgent calls for resources and support, ordinary women are asking: What do we do if we no longer have access to affordable birth control next year? [Read more…]