- "Thought-provoking and opinionated, this blog takes a relatively unorthodox approach to the controversial issue of abortion. Whatever your position, this blog is worth your time for its thoughtful approach."
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Nonviolent Choice grows out of a promise made in this many-voiced book (Second Expanded Edition).
Pro every life perspectives.
Historical and Multicultural Encyclopedia of Women's Reproductive Rights in the United States.
"Race, Reproduction, & the Meaning of Liberty."
Women's rights are human rights. From UNIFEM.
Children's rights are human rights. Part of proceeds benefit UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund.
Emotional recovery from abortion.
"Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men." Both a wise analysis of the problems & a call to male responsibility and peacemaking towards women.
"How to Help Young Dads Become Loving and Responsible Fathers."
Globally used guide to every kind of birth control.
From a doctor on the front lines of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
History of a low-tech but world-altering lifesaver.
Beautifully illustrated journey through prenatal development.
There are options other than misery!
Pregnancy guide for Latinas in the US.
An often-neglected but powerful way to promote African American health.
Practical insights on disabled women's exercise of our right to motherhood.
Answers other than abortion when a child with disabilities is conceived.
An untapped resource for children who need loving families.
An ecologist's lyrical call to action on environment and maternal/child life and wellbeing.
About a major threat to human rights of life and nonviolent choice.
Nonviolent and often less costly nutrition, before and after birth.
Misogyny and animal abuse are deeply interrelated.
Fannie Lou Hamer, the late African American human rights leader. Let's not forget her!
Kenyan founder of the women's treeplanting Green Belt Movement & Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.
Canadian/US environmental scientist/activist. Winner of the Right Livelihood Award. Nonviolent Choice interviews her here.
F.C. Female Condom Barrier Contraceptive
Latex-Free. Vegan-Friendly. From drugstore.com
Kimono Lubricated Latex Condoms, MicroThin
Vegan-Friendly. From drugstore.com
All about fertility awareness, another vegan-friendly method.
Vegan-friendly Glyde Dams. From drugstore.com
*Not* a contraceptive. But just as important: a water-based, cruelty-free lubricant.
We feature commentary but most of all action alerts on the same positive, abortion-reducing measures we cover in the Directory.
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