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The Legitimate Children of Rape

Writing in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Dr. Felicia H. Stewart and Dr. James Trussell have estimated that there are twenty-five thousand rape-related pregnancies each year in the United States.

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Latham Thomas Is a Woman on a Mission

She says attention needs to be paid to ending systemic racism throughout all of Black people’s lives—as well as in their safety in birth. And given Latham’s line of work, that last piece is a topic that’s particularly important to her.

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An Interview with Latham Thomas of Mama Glow

I associate the glow with lifestyle choices aligned with wellbeing, it can be witnessed in beaming bright eyes, vibrant skin, shimmering hair. Most of all Mama Glow is an attitude, a way of carrying oneself- owning your fierce power and femininity, and embracing the awesomeness of motherhood.

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What to Expect at Work When You’re Expecting

Legal protections against pregnancy discrimination are one thing. Actual feelings of security are another.

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Cultural Practices and Preferences When Having a Baby

Depending on your social, religious and cultural background, you may have certain needs and expectations when you are having a baby. In Australia, each woman is given choices about where and how she has her baby, and there are many services to help support women from different cultures.

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Here’s Why Becoming a Mother for the First Time Is so Physically Intense

Not to mention all those emotional adjustments...

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Medical Progress, Social Progress, and Legal Regression

Both anti-abortionists and disability activists have sometimes suggested that women should defer to “nature” and have whatever baby they conceive. The bioethicist William Ruddick calls this the “ ‘hospitality’ view of women.

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