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WORC UGA

Women's Outreach and Resource Collective | A collaborative community for advocates of gender equity and social justice

Ashamed of The Pill

By: Mariya Lewter As a member of the Hoop Girls at the University of Georgia, it is my job to attend every home men’s basketball game throughout the season, no matter how packed or empty the arena may be. When games are packed, I rarely get a chance to interact with or observe things that do…

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Supporting Women’s Health Does Not Necessitate Legalizing Abortion

By: Rebecca Stapleford Safe abortion is almost always equated with legalized abortion, and we are often told that the only way to reduce maternal mortality is to legalize abortion. This is a common claim, but is quite baseless. In the first place, it completely ignores that fact that developed nations that have criminalized abortion, like…

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Women and Barriers to Reproductive Health: What Can We Do?

By: Caitlyn Beatty A college age girl in the United States, a 30 year-old Norwegian woman, and a 14 year-old girl in Pakistan all have one thing in common: they will all have to face reproductive health issues in their lifetimes. Reproductive health covers a wide variety of issues for women of child-bearing age who are…

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