Following the new laws that several states have exploited, mexican activists and Mexicans seek to help women in U.S that they have legal restrictions for access to exclusive health services.
In September, the Supreme Court of Mexico I declare that abortion is not a crime as such. In the same month, the most restrictive laws in the United States they went into effect in Texas.
There is a fear regarding the vulnerability of the laws that protect the right to decide of women in the United States.
In 2022 the supreme court can decide a fatalistic future for the guarantee of the abortion in United States. The decision may not only deny the right to decide in 20 states. also can criminalize those women who seek termination of pregnancy inside or outside your state of residence.
Activists on both sides of the border plan strategies to avoid new restrictions. In addition, they seek to coordinate assistance for those women who legally seek to terminate their pregnancy.
Such actions would include sending abortion pills to women who are in North American territory.
“We seek to create links to deliver pills into the hands of women who need them, especially immigrants and women in vulnerable situations,” he said. Veronica Cruz, director of the Civil Association, The Free in Mexico.
The use of abortion pills (misoprostol and mifepristone) are recommended by the World Health Organization and the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics. Its use extends mostly in Europe and other parts of the world.
From the approval of abortion pills in the year 2000, four million women have aborted in the United States. However, despite progress in access to health for women, multiple states have put a brake on such progress.
according to Jacqueline Ayers, vice president of Planned Parenthood, health organization that offers medical consultations, abortion services and pregnancy assistance, opponents use “unnecessary medical restrictions imposed by politicians out of touch with reality.”
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