“People should have the access to take care of their bodies”
Isn’t it cute how the left attaches the word ‘justice’ to all of their pet causes?
Campus Reform reports:
University rallies students to fight for Planned Parenthood
The University of Arizona (UA) Women’s Center encourages students to fight for “reproductive justice” by joining the school’s Planned Parenthood club.
Founded by students, the VOX: Voices for Planned Parenthood club is nationally recognized as an official campus action group of Planned Parenthood, and was adopted by the school’s Women’s Center not long after it was launched in 2015.
With help from the University of Arizona, VOX hosts roughly a dozen events per semester, and has about 20 active members. Its main aim is to “translate increased awareness of reproductive justice into pro-choice activism,” and promote “full-access” to abortion.
The group is spearheaded by Sedona Lynch, a junior majoring in Public Health. In an interview with Campus Reform, Lynch explained that fighting for reproductive justice is important, especially as it allows people to decide when they want to have kids.
“People should have the access to take care of their bodies. Whether they want to have any kids, whether they want one, or none. I want people to be able to have that option to decide what they want for their own bodies, to have their own autonomy,” said Lynch.
This mission is particularly crucial on a college campus, Lynch asserted.
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