The onslaught against women’s rights doesn’t end with the overturning of Roe v. Wade; it begins with it. And what comes next will threaten every gain that has been made for women’s rights in America over the last five decades. It will reduce our economic prosperity, limit our educational achievement and employment access, and increase our risk of being victims of intimate partner violence — not to mention the risks associated with back-alley abortion procedures. New state laws will have dire consequences for women whose pregnancies are nonviable and possibly even those experiencing miscarriages, which could be seen as suspected abortions in states where access is restricted.
Flavahan: Overturning Roe is just the start of the latest war on women; here’s how to fight back
July 6, 2022