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Laia Abril : A History of Misogyny : Foam Paul Huf Award 2020

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Chapter One: On Abortion Under “natural” circumstances, the average woman would get pregnant about 15 times in her life, resulting in ten births. Seven of those babies would survive childhood. For centuries, people have searched for ways to delay or terminate pregnancy. Today, safe and efficient means of abortion finally exist, yet women around the world continue to use ancient, illegal or risky home methods: Every year, 47,000 women around the world die due to botched abortions. Why do they take the risk? Across countries and religions, millions of women are blocked from abortion technologies by law and social coercion,...

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