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Sarah Mesle @sarahonecho ?

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"Here are a couple of pieces we’ve run recently–not explicitly academic, but informed by that perspective. First, on the strange and important omission of IVF from the abortion debate: “Battleground State.” “”The realization that one is protected in ways that [...]" · View
  • Sarah Mesle commented on the blog post The Academic Feminist: Election Forum   1 year, 8 months ago · View

    Here are a couple of pieces we’ve run recently–not explicitly academic, but informed by that perspective. First, on the strange and important omission of IVF from the abortion debate: “Battleground State.” “The realization that one is protected in ways that have never before been visible—this is the potentially radicalizing moment.” http://www.avidly.org/2012/11/01/battleground-state/ Second–what history teaches us [...]

  • Sarah Mesle posted an update:   1 year, 8 months ago · View

    Here are a couple of pieces we’ve run recently–not explicitly academic, but informed by that perspective.

    First, on the strange and important omission of IVF from the abortion debate: ”Battleground State.” ””The realization that one is protected in ways that have never before been visible—this is the potentially radicalizing moment.””

    http://www.avidly.org/2012/11/01/battleground-state/

    Second–what history teaches us about the imperative need for birth control. ”Top 7 Ladies Who Could Have Used Obamacare’s Birth Control Mandate.” Lady number 1: Ma Ingalls.

    http://www.avidly.org/2012/11/02/top-seven-ladies-who-could-have-used-obamacares-birth-control-mandate/

    We’re following this one up with another post later today, on the top 7 African American ladies.

  • Sarah Mesle became a registered member   1 year, 8 months ago · View

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