Women in dozens of countries around the world are already able to mail-order pills for early abortion care. So why not in the United States?
Given the dismantling of abortion services that has occurred in these states and the harassment women face at the clinics that remain open, it is not at all surprising that some women in this country are doing what women elsewhere have been doing for years: seeking out abortion pills and taking them in the privacy of their own homes.
It’s time for the United States to modernize its approach to abortion care, trust women, and make abortion pills more readily available.
Why is this harder than it seems?
Find out by reading the full article on Rewire.
by Elisa Wells and Francine Coeytaux