Transgender People React to Roe v. Wade Overturn: ‘It Makes Me Sick with Grief’

The Supreme Court overturned the federal right to an abortion. As we shared in our Guide to Roe v. Wade, this move sets back a half century of progress for reproductive justice, body autonomy, and possibly puts even the right to privacy in jeopardy. 

We at TransLash are tracking developments in the aftermath of this devastating rulingand the reactions of transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming people in our community. Here is what TGNC folks have been sharing since this morning:

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TransLash tells trans stories to save trans lives. As a trusted source for journalists, thought-leaders, movement activists, researchers, and those wanting to know about trans people, we produce narratives about and for the trans community—accurately and reliably. At a time when disinformation about trans people is being used to undermine democracy and human rights, TransLash Media serves as a beacon of hope through the voices that we share with the world.

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