Reproductive justice and institutionalised transphobia

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Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters Journal  invited GATE to write a guest blog on issues of reproductive justice and transphobia.

Historically, the movement for reproductive rights and justice hasn’t been the most trans-inclusive space. Reproductive justice is, in essence, about the right to have a child, or to not have a child. For trans and gender diverse people, this goes beyond access to abortion and/or fertility treatments, to include the right to retain our fertility. Our fight centers around the struggle for bodily autonomy: the right to choose what is best for our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.

Naomhán O'Connor, GATE's Communications Officer

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This article was written by GATE’s Communications Officer, Naomhán O’Connor.

Reference

When referencing this article, we recommend the following citation:

O’Connor, N. Framing reproductive justice in the context of institutionalised transphobia globally. Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters Journal [online]. May 20, 2019. Available at: http://www.srhm.org/news/framing-reproductive-justice-in-the-context-of-institutionalized-transphobia-globally/.

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Reproductive justice and institutionalised transphobia
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