Sorry, too long. Transnational feminism and women's reproductive rights. Here is a current debate among feminists.
Certainly, I think most of us would argue that women worldwide deserve information about, if not necessarily access to, information about reproduction, contraception, and abortion. Here are some talking points:
1. Do women worldwide have the right to contraceptive and abortion information and services?
2. To what extent do local beliefs, customs and laws outweigh a local woman's "rights" to these things?
3. What is the best way to help women in developing countries get access to this information and services?
There are lots of different approaches and answers to these questions from various feminist communities and organizations, but before I weigh in, I'd like to see what everyone else thinks.
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