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pro-choice

adjective Referring to the belief that women should have the right to choose abortion.
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And his evolving statements on abortion over his four decades in politics could give an opening to rivals who have seized on the Republican push to overturn Roe as a way to affirm their commitment to abortion rights.
Actress and activist Alyssa Milano has called for a sex strike under the social media hashtag #SexStrike in response to the campaigns against abortion rights, urging women to refuse sex with men "until we get bodily autonomy back."
If you take action on this issue, the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada would like to hear about it.
Argentina's abortion rights movement, backed by feminist groups galvanized in recent years to stop violence against women, argued that the bill would end unregulated abortions that government data show as the leading cause of maternal deaths.
I'm a founding member of the more recent Abortion Rights Campaign started in Dublin in 2012.
Like Pollitt, as a long time abortion rights advocate I am troubled by the hypocrisy, lack of careful thinking, and disregard for women implied by the zygote-as-person arguments.
While some proponents of abortion rights are mainly concerned with a women's right not be burdened with unwanted children, a growing number of people--who are less vocal--believe abortion is the solution to overpopulation and should be encouraged.
Abortion rights activists gather in the Capitol rotunda.
Many of the strategies, organizations, and arguments for abortion rights in Argentina emerged and developed there.
She urged abortion rights supporters in Massachusetts to continue to be active in protecting abortion rights and to be a part of the national movement.
23 ( ANI ): A majority of Americans have said the Supreme Court should not overturn its landmark decision establishing abortion rights, a new poll has found.