Saturday Link Love: Teenage Boys, Abortion Doctors, and Public Hospitals

Saturday Link Love: Teenage Boys, Abortion Doctors, and Public Hospitals March 16, 2019

Saturday Link Love is a feature where I collect and post links to various articles I’ve come upon over the past week. Feel free to share any interesting articles you’ve come along as well! The more the merrier!

I’ve Talked With Teenage Boys About Sexual Assault for 20 Years. This Is What They Still Don’t Know, on TIME—“The boys want to talk, too. Some want a private conversation; others ask bold questions in front of their classmates.”

A State-by-State List of the Lies Abortion Doctors Are Forced to Tell Women, on Broadly—“In 26 states, abortion providers are required to carry “informed consent” brochures devised by conservative politicians, who say they’re simply trying to help women make a difficult decision. But others are forcing doctors to give inaccurate info.”

College Admissions and the Erasure of White Mediocrity In Academia, on Medium—“Sooo can we finally talk about how white folks scapegoat Black bodies as illegitimate in academic spaces to obscure their own insecurity?”

‘Not Dead Enough’: Public Hospitals Deny Life-Saving Abortion Care to People in Need, on Rewire—“When she arrived at the public hospital in Texas, the woman was so sick she couldn’t walk. About four months pregnant, she needed an abortion to save her life.”

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