Entries Tagged ‘doula’

Meet the “Doula Dude”

by Carder As a male embodied birth worker and intactivist, reproductive rights are at the forefront of my advocacy and beliefs… As a full-spectrum doula, I’ll advocate for whatever birth outcome the reproductive person chooses. A cesarean section, elective termination, homebirth, or an hospital birth with an epidural. Whether they choose parenting or adoption. I’ll […]

The Doula Project helps “pregnant people,” not just women

by Carder 2014 was an incredibly successful year for us that included: ? Partnering with a new public hospital in NYC to provide abortion doulas to pregnant people ? Partnering with a new birth center in NYC to provide birth doulas to pregnant people ? Partnering with a criminal justice organization to provide birth doulas […]

Pro-abortion doula says she “loves and respects” all birth choices

Del FaveroI identify as VERY pro-choice in my political views, however once I became pregnant, I realized that I also found the idea that pregnant people deserved the right to their own bodily autonomy during childbirth to be integral…

I identify as queer when it comes to my personal life, which allows me to gain a wider understanding of the specific needs that people have in the birth community. I have done plenty of research and reading to educate myself on the notion of white privilege and being a “placeholder” for those from marginalized groups…

Actress eats placenta

Jones’s secret to staying high energy through the grueling shooting schedule? “I have a great doula who makes sure I’m eating well, with vitamins and teas, and with placenta capsulation.” You read right: Jones is eating her own placenta. “Your placenta gets dehydrated and made into vitamins,” she explains. “It’s something I was very hesitant […]

Abortion doula: “Those pictures are real.”

Those abortion pictures pro-life activists flash are real. That is what a fetus looks like when its head is crushed. When you see the procedure, you must decide, as a pro-choice person, whether you are in or out. … I have never been more in….   Doing them underground is a major last resort. I […]

  

Who Is Jill Stanek?

Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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