This lady is gross.
Dr. Meg Autry, an OB-GYN in California, hopes to set up an abortion clinic in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Alabama.
God forbid states want to save unborn human beings.
Autry wants to raise $20 million for the Protecting Reproductive Rights of Women Endangered by State Statutes (PRROWESS).
What a mouthful.
Autry’s “life’s work” is performing abortions:
“Part of the reason we’re working on this project so hard is because wealthy people in our country are always going to have access [to abortions], so once again it’s a time now where poor, people of color, marginalized individuals, are gonna suffer –and by suffering I mean like lives lost,” Autry said.
She explained that this ship will operate on federal waters — nine miles from the coast of Texas and three from the coast of Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi — where it can evade those states’ abortion restrictions. PRROWESS will arrange for patients to be transported to the ship, which will vary depending on where they are coming from, once they pass a pre-screening process.
Autry and a team of licensed medical professionals will offer surgical abortions for up to 14 weeks of pregnancy. The PRROWESS team would also offer other point-of-care gynecological services such as testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections.
“The project is being funded with philanthropy and the patients care is on a needs basis, so most individuals will pay little to nothing for services,” Autry said.
Federal waters begin about nine nautical miles (10.357 miles) from the Texas coast. It begins three nautical miles (3.5 miles) from Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
Over federal waters, the providers don’t have to abide by the laws of nearby states.DONATE
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