Thursday Blogaround

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Recommended Reading:

More from the "Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice Today" series we're running at Flyover Feminism this week to mark the 40th anniversary of Roe [content note for war on agency on all of the below pieces]:

Mara Clarke: Choice and Access, Morality and Money

Soraya Chemaly: Roe Was the Start of the Fight, Not the End

Carolyn Jones: The Things I Didn't Know

Tawny Tidwell: A White Kid and Roe

René Nash: What Roe v. Wade Means to This Pro-Choice Mississippian

Betsy Phillips: Just Go to Atlanta: The Southern Anti-Abortion Solution

Anonymous: Abortion: A Provider's Perspective

Verónica Bayetti Flores: Forty Years Later: Reflections on Roe, Gender Identity, and Moving the Movement Forward

The Editors: Blog Round-Up: Roe v. Wade at 40

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Other stuff:

Rachel: Roe Round-Up: Analysis on the 40th Anniversary of Legalized Abortion

Jess: Exercising Your Right [Content Note: Harassment]

Trudy: Critically Important Thought on Intersectionality

Chauncey: Racism Is Not an Opinion: New Research Shows How The Age of Obama Has Encouraged a Resurgence of "Old Fashioned Racism"

Libby Anne: Married, with Friends [Content Note: Gender essentialism; heterocentrism]

Andrew: Parliamentary Debate on Marriage Equality in England and Wales Set for Feb. 5

Vesta44: Association for Size Diversity and Health Video Project

Sign the Petition: Pardon Marisa Alexander [More background here.]

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