Spontaneous acts of reproductive justice

Spontaneous acts of reproductive justice

BySabrina BuzzalinoAugust 6, 20144 min read

Spotted in downtown Victoria: a poster on a busy bus shelter advertising services for women who are pregnant and have questions with thick black marker handwriting on top of the…

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