Since our first BOOB School in June 2022, we have discussed many important issues in the fight for bodily autonomy and reproductive justice.
In a post-Roe America, digital privacy is crucial. Learn about your online data and find tools to protect yourself. #ReproductiveRights #PrivacyMatters
Our guest speaker, Professor Bernier, a distinguished legal scholar, highlighted alarming maternal mortality rates, especially affecting Black Americans at more than twice the rate of their white counterparts in a
The Turnaway Study is ANSIRH’s prospective longitudinal study examining the effects of unwanted pregnancy on women’s lives. The major aim of the study is to describe the mental health, physical
Igniting a Year of Action: From Grief > Rage > NovemberIgniting a Year of Action: From Grief > Rage > November
Join us in Texas as we transform grief into unyielding rage, igniting a year of action for change. Together, we'll make our voices heard. #GriefToRage #TexasActivism
Anniversary Protest Planning Virtual Event Join us to discuss the upcoming protests in Dallas and Fort Worth on June 24th. This will be a virtual meeting where we will be
What is Bipower? It can be empowering to be in tune with one’s own body, to track the ebbs and flows, estrogen rises and progesterone plunges, of one’s cycle; however,
BOOB School Recap: Mifepristone w/ Malinda SeymoreBOOB School Recap: Mifepristone w/ Malinda Seymore
Mifepristone: what it is, how it works, why it's important, and what is happening in Texas courts that may remove it from the market across the nation.
Watch Where You Bleed: Surveillance and Censorship of People Who Period Part OneWatch Where You Bleed: Surveillance and Censorship of People Who Period Part One
Part One Overseeing Your Health Did you know that 84 percent of period tracking apps share your information with third parties? The Organization for the Review of Care and Health
Menstrual Mythology: Confronting Shame and Censorship to Transform the World For People Who PeriodMenstrual Mythology: Confronting Shame and Censorship to Transform the World For People Who Period
PART ONE: THE SHAME Gross, smelly, unsanitary. An inconvenience, a burden, the unspeakable. All words many of us have likely heard our periods described. How did a completely natural process