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Abortion Denial Is Often About Privilege

Whether you’re in the US, Finland or Argentina, opposing abortion often comes from living in a bubble.

A pro-abortion protest. Photo by Rafael Idrovo Espinoza on Unsplash

When I moved to Argentina, I was shocked to find out the country, as most others in Latin America, didn’t allow for women to terminate their pregnancies legally and safely, in a hospital.




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Taru Anniina Liikanen

Taru Anniina Liikanen

Finnish by birth, porteña at heart. Recovering political ghostwriter. Bad jokes my own. Tips welcome:

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