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Busy Phillips urges tweets over near total ban on abortion in Alabama

Women list experiences with abortion


The government of Alabama signed a near-total ban on abortion into law in the state. This is just very horrifying for a lot of women.

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Following a related measure in Georgia, women across the country shared their abortion stories on Twitter using the hashtag #YouKnowMe in the run-up to and after Ivey’s action in Alabama.

Actress Busy Philips initiated a series of tweets with women sharing their experiences.

The Alabama Human Life Protection Act only allows for abortions “to avoid a serious health risk to the unborn child’s mother” and if the “unborn child has a lethal anomaly.” Under the new law, abortion is also banned in Alabama for victims of rape and incest, and doctors can face up to 99 years in prison for performing an abortion.

Several women have owed their life to abortions. Some were not ready financially, some mentally. Some were victims of abusive relationships and rapes.

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