What’s Current: Anti-abortion laws in the US threaten to overturn Roe v. Wade

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  • A wave of state reproductive health laws in the US threaten to ban abortion without exception, restrict birth control access, and charge pregnant women and their doctors with murder.
  • Iran’s parliament votes to allow women to pass on Iranian citizenship to their children, regardless of whether the father is also an Iranian citizen.
  • Mohammed Hanif writes that the daily slaughter of women in Pakistan by their families is so routine it barely makes the news.
  • New Zealand officials are investigating a report that a trans-identified male prisoner housed in a women’s prison in Christchurch sexually assaulted a female inmate.
  • The newly founded Fair Cop campaign, run by former policeman Harry Miller, TV writer Graham Linehan, journalist Caroline Farrow, and Kate Scottow — all victims of police enforcing compliance with gender identity ideology — will work to protect freedom of expression for UK citizens by asking that the College of Policing reform their hate crime guidelines.
Natasha Chart
Natasha Chart

Natasha Chart is an online organizer and feminist living in the United States. She does not recant her heresy.

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