r/Feminism • u/elkatiuskas • Sep 04 '21
This is a comprehensive list of resources for those in need of an abortion
Update I guess I've been mass reported for posting these links over Reddit becuase they've suspended my account for "violating content policy". I've tried to appeal multiple times but they don't even reply. Please keep posting these links, now that Roe has been overturn we need them more than ever.
This is a list of resources I’m compiling for people who need an abortion. If you know of any other resource not listed here please let me know and I’ll add it to the list.
Please repost & share with as many people as possible in whichever platform you want (feel free to bookmark these sites, print out this list, write it down or take screenshots in case it gets deleted), so those who are denied access to safe abortion know there's help for them and how to access it ♡
• r/auntienetwork is a network of people who can help provide assistance in a handful of ways to those who need help with an abortion.
• Aidaccess consists of a team of doctors, activists and advocates for abortion rights that help people access abortion or miscarriage treatment. They send the pill worldwide for $110/90€
• Planned Parenthood Unplanned Pregnancy - A Comprehensive Guide
• Plan C provides up-to-date information on how people in the U.S. are accessing abortion pills online
• Ceinfo, Emergency Oral Contraceptive Doses for Birth Control, U.S.
• Ceinfo, Emergency Oral Contraceptive Doses for Birth Control, International
• Abortionfunds connects you with organizations that can support your financial and logistical needs as you arrange for your abortion.
• Yellowhammerfund is an abortion fund and reproductive justice organization serving Alabama and the Deep South.
• Teafund Texas Equal Access Fund provides emotional and financial support to people who are seeking abortion care.
• Gynopedia is a nonprofit organization that runs an open resource wiki for sexual, reproductive and women's health care around the world
• Womenonweb online abortion service can help you do a safe abortion with pills.
• The Satanic Temple stands ready to assist any member that shares its deeply-held religious convictions regarding the right to reproductive freedom. Accordingly, they encourage any member in Texas who wishes to undergo the Satanic Abortion Ritual to contact them so they may help them fight this law directly.
• Carafem helps with abortion, birth control and questions about reproductive healthcare. They do consultations online and send abortion pills on the mail.
• Frontera Fund makes abortion accessible in the Rio Grande Valley (Texas) by providing financial and practical support regardless of immigration status, gender identity, ability, sexual orientation, race, class, age, or religious affiliation and to build grassroots organizing power at intersecting issues across our region to shift the culture of shame and stigma.
• Buckle Bunnies Fund provide practical support for people seeking abortions. H help with transportation, funds to help with hotels, lodging costs and emergency contraceptive funds to actually go towards abortion.
• The Afiya Centers mission is to transform the lives, health, and overall wellbeing of Black womxn and girls by providing refuge, education, and resources. Theye act to ignite the communal voices of Black womxn resulting in our full achievement of reproductive freedom.
• Lilithfund is the oldest abortion fund in Texas, serving the central and southern regions of the state with direct financial assistance for abortions.
• Needabortion provides resources about where to get an abortion (financial help and transportation) and how to get help getting an abortion in Texas.
• Jane’s Due Process helps minors in Texas with judicial bypass for abortion, navigate parental consent laws and confidentially access abortion and birth control. They provide free legal support, 1-on-1 case management, and stigma-free information on sexual and reproductive health.
• Fund Texas choice helps Texans equitably access abortion through safe, confidential, and comprehensive travel services and practical support.
Please beware of websites that sell fake abortion pills and fake clinics run by religious groups where they lie and spread misconceptions about abortion to trick people into keeping their fetus. They also promise help and resources that never materialize. The best way to avoid these fake clinics is learning how to recognize them, so I’m linking a couple of short documentaries on the subject that include hidden camera footage exposing their deceptive tactics:
- The Fake Abortion Clinics Of America: Misconception
- Crisis Pregnancy Centers: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
Note- Some of these websites may be blocked in your country by your internet service provider. You can bypass this block using a VPN like this one, it's free, safe and easy to install. To get rid of banners and pop-ups you can install uBlock Origin and Popup Blocker. They work on most browsers, on phone as well on PC and it takes a few seconds to install them.
r/Feminism • u/HauntingJackfruit • 12h ago
Jill Biden: It's time for men to step up for women's rights
r/Feminism • u/enthusiastofmany_ • 12h ago
Free the nipple! Women in Berlin Can Now Legally Swim Topless
Ladies, does anyone else struggle with being happy about the small wins for women’s rights and excited about a present and future that doesn’t sexualize women’s bodies for being bodies, but is disappointed with men’s responses. See link for more examples, but on Vice’s Instagram post about this news, I see comments from men, such as “already booked my flight”, “where exactly in Berlin now? 😏”, “this is good. I just updated my passport 😜”, “boys we going to Berlin”, etc. How do we overlook this as a win for us, and not them?
VICE on Instagram: "Berlin’s government has announced that topless swimming will soon be legally allowed for all genders in the city's public swimming pools. The landmark decision was made to tackle the double-standards in the rules between genders. Last year, one woman was thrown out of a pool for sunbathing topless, and issued a formal complaint. Another was instructed to cover up at a public pool. German authorities now agree that these women were the victims of discrimination, and that all nipples will be treated equally from now on. It could be some time before our nips see the light of day across the pond: Germany has a long-established acceptance of nudity as part of Freikörperkultur (AKA “free body culture”), the idea that letting your body free in the air and sun promotes a healthier society. Still, it’s a promising step towards gender equality. We can only hope this will make the weird stigma around our harmless little nips feel even more archaic."
r/Feminism • u/yysistoria09 • 14h ago
Man murders wife before killing himself in latest Hmong domestic violence tragedy in Minnesota
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r/Feminism • u/yysistoria09 • 5h ago
The Real Reason South Koreans Aren’t Having Babies -- Gender, rather than race or age or immigration status, has become the country’s sharpest social fault line.
r/Feminism • u/katespadesaturday • 1d ago
Damning Report Finds London Police Force Is Sexist and Racist
r/Feminism • u/yysistoria09 • 14h ago
Gymnastics historical sex abuse case: More women come forward over Brian Phelps claims
r/Feminism • u/yysistoria09 • 59m ago
Women protesting against gender inequality, gender pay gap, sexual violence, etc. in Korea on International Women's Day (The last pics: performance of breaking the glass ceiling)
r/Feminism • u/kellie6102 • 6h ago
Labour by Paris Paloma
This song has brought up a lot of rage/ generational rage in a lot of women and I believe everyone needs to hear it. Even as someone who lives a life not seeing much inequality directed towards me, this song has brought out the anger I feel for others who do face inequality and are in danger due to being a woman. We got to continue this fight to be equal, to be seen as human beings with the same rights.
r/Feminism • u/BurtonDesque • 20h ago
Idaho Republicans reject ‘liberal’ policy for free menstrual products in public schools
r/Feminism • u/yysistoria09 • 6h ago
What fresh misogynist hell is this? Why a new ‘maid’ cafe is causing a ruckus in the UK
r/Feminism • u/Sloppy_Jessica99 • 1d ago
Not sure if this belongs here but I wasn’t really sure where else to post this. I felt inspired today in art and decided to draw from my experience what being a woman is like. I’d love to here what you all think.
r/Feminism • u/nattievenom • 7h ago
Casual sexism or am I just being sensitive?
There’s this guy in my apt complex who has a big, high energy poodle that is always off the lead and bounding over to people/dogs. The complex has a communal garden where people can take their dogs and so I sometimes see him there. When I first moved in a year ago, my senior chihuahua, an already timid rescue, was diagnosed with a brain tumor and grew weaker for the next few months until we had to put him to sleep. This guy’s poodle would always bound over to him outside, and I could see my dog was terrified, so I’d always pick him up. I always felt that this guy was judging me about it, but thought maybe that was my imagination.
Anyway, fast forward to today. I recently got a new chihuahua puppy who is 4 months old. I have been taking him places, bringing him to puppy school, and working carefully to introduce new things to him at his pace so he can develop positive associations (going to the park, meeting new people and dogs etc.). This evening, we were out in the communal garden while it was dark and raining, which is a new experience for him, so he was a bit confused and stressed. I was trying to guide him inside when this giant poodle comes bounding over to him out of no where, and I could tell my dog (a tiny infant chihuahua) was overwhelmed, so I picked him up. This guy says “you know, they’re going to have to meet eventually.”
I don’t know why, but this comment threw me off and I couldn’t figure out why I was so upset about it once I got up to my apt. At first, I figured I was mad because there is an element of snark with a comment like that and because this guy has no right to comment on how I decide to raise my dog. But I think what is making me so furious is that I’m almost positive he would never make a comment like that to my husband. A comment which is just inherently condescending and judgy - right? Or am I reading too much into it? Thoughts?
r/Feminism • u/tiredashellalready • 10h ago
What are your thoughts on Mary Wollstonecraft's Vindication on the Rights of Woman?reddit.com
r/Feminism • u/Flat-Abrocoma-5233 • 5h ago
Is plastic surgery anti feminist?
This question randomly popped up in my head. I heard a lot of different opinions about this topic so i wanted to ask. I had a nose job and it definitely boosted my self confidence. I also wanna get my lips done but i got myself wondering if i actually need it or am i just trying to fit into the “beauty standards”.
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In China, Young Women Become Accidental Symbols of Defiance
r/Feminism • u/BurtonDesque • 1d ago
Florida Republicans' stunning bout of misogyny and ignorance
r/Feminism • u/coke21 • 1d ago
If feminism and diversity programs aren’t needed, why was the workplace so sexist without them?
I always hear from men how diversity programs and focusing on women in STEM is discriminatory, not needed, putting men down etc. etc.
But what I really don’t understand is - why is it, without intervention, throughout history, men have been blatantly sexist and discriminatory against woman.
When we didn’t intervene, they did not even give women the right to vote. They didn’t let women go to school to get educated. They didn’t hire women for many jobs because they were apparently men’s jobs (assistant only for women).
Why do they think that now is suddenly any different and we don’t need feminism or focus on diversity?
Can someone help me understand why sitting back and doing nothing apparently results in all that?
r/Feminism • u/Black_Reactor • 14h ago
Shock Jock radio host has an explanation for racist joke, he was trying to be sexist
r/Feminism • u/shedernatinus • 1d ago
Today I learned that the suffragettes weren't how they told us they are...self.TwoXChromosomes
r/Feminism • u/enthusiastofmany_ • 11h ago
What’s your favorite book about/surrounding/involving feminism? Both fiction and non-fiction are welcome.
r/Feminism • u/redhotsubs • 13h ago
Do you think feminism and paganism/heathenry can work together?
Met someone who said that as a non skandinavian born human you are not allowed to say "god jule" because this would be cultural approbriaten. For my understanding CA applies to marginalized groups. Have the danes/norwegians/swedes been surpressed by germans for centuries? Also that person said that as a non-heathen/pagan you are not allowed to wear thorhammer or other symbols because this is as well cultural approbration and blasphemy if you don't believe in it. Yet I see many non believers especially in the renessaince/medieval/metal bubble who do exactly that and I never hear people complaining about it.
I am asking here because this person claims to be a feminist and imo their behaviour mocks actual cultural approbriation issues. They however are allowed to say god jule and wear these symbols because they are a pagan witch. So, I guess every medieval/renaissance fair and metal festival is a giant event of blasphemy and cultural approbriation against heathens/pagans?
r/Feminism • u/Bunnymancer • 14h ago
What is better terminology for human traits, than masculine/feminine?
Genuine question - it came up today in a presentation, and it feels hard to get past that people instantly go "masculine = male, feminine = female"
So when talking about traits in human, like "assertive", "confident" and, "objective" on one side, and on the other "patient", "creative" and, "supportive".
What are some more "genderless" terms to use to talk about these two sides?
r/Feminism • u/Toxicwomenexist • 8h ago
Wait...this can happen?
r/Feminism • u/MotherOfLawyers • 1d ago