I'm starting to find it impossible to listen to women who put on this fake deep voice (vocal fry). It grates on me. They're all doing it now.It is hard to take her seriously with that blouse, in spite of sitting in front of a wall of books, but she did let something quite profound slip at timestamp 0:50
"you wonder if the only hope for Earth [...] is actually something that is created by something that is not us." #sayhisname
Women in England and Wales will have permanent access to early medical abortions from home from next week after the method was trialled during the pandemic.
- 'Pill by post' abortions were brought in during the 2020 Covid virus lockdown
- They were set to be scrapped this summer but rebel MPs forced a No10 U-turn
- Now its here to stay with the pills available to women up to 10 weeks pregnant
- Drs will be need to certify in 'good faith' the pills are only used for early abortions
'Pills by post' abortions which can be used to terminate a pregnancy in the first 10 weeks were brought in early 2020 when regular abortion services closed.
The move will allow thousands of women to end their pregnancy from the privacy of their own home rather than travel to a clinic or hospital.
Women will always be able to secure early medical abortion pills via a phone call or online consultation with a doctor at home.
Ministers originally wanted to axe the scheme this summer, but they were defeated by a vote by MPs in March.
The Department of Health and Social Care said doctors will be required to certify in 'good faith' that the pills are only being used to terminate early pregnancies.
The decision follows a record number of terminations being carried out last year in England Wales.
Nearly 215,000 abortions were carried out in the two nations in 2021, according to Government data, up 2 per cent on the year before.
More than half were carried out at home via the pills by post service, according to the report from the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities.
Abortions reached another all-time high last year in England and Wales, official data revealed today.
Nearly 215,000 terminations were carried out during 2021, up 2 per cent on the year before.
More than half were carried out at home, according to the report from the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities.
It highlights the popularity of the 'pills by post' service, which was set up at the start of the pandemic so that women who were unable to see doctors in person could still access early medical abortions.
Ministers wanted to axe the scheme this summer but their plans were defeated.
I'm starting to find it impossible to listen to women who put on this fake deep voice (vocal fry). It grates on me. They're all doing it now.
On August 11, Tiff, 17, gave birth to a son. [...] Even now, with a weeks-old baby boy, it’s hard for Tiff to fathom what she has been through.
She loves her baby. “But I still ideally would have had that abortion,” she said.
She loves her baby.Well, this will surely be a nice article to clip and to paste into his baby book, or perhaps to send along with baby shower invitations.
‘I would wish this on absolutely no one’: How three women dealt with pregnancy in the year since Texas’ six-week abortion banThe 19th spoke with Texans who sought an abortion since the six-week ban went into effect. Their stories show how much the landscape has changed.19thnews.org