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Because some people cant understand the issue, and cannot relate it to themselves they go in to denial about its exsistence. If the other party is famous it is even better because people have an easy reference as to the source.
Same reason companies search out and pay big bucks to somebody like Begley or Leno to front and support a useless product. Why study Geography?Why is it important to think of yourself as a GLOBAL citizen as well as an American citizen? Central Africa is the home of the African Rain Forests and one of the most beautiful water falls in the world.
Feministing is a labor of love and all our staff has other full-time jobs to support their work on the site. Lately, articles have been circulating about the control and punishment of pregnant people for crimes like fetal homicide or assault on a fetus, an issue that we’ve been talking about here for years.
A young woman in Louisiana was able to get clean at Freedom House and keep custody of her baby. The case of Tennessee’s SB 1391 is a great example of a law designed to criminalize pregnant people but not to protect children. In fact, many women in Levy and Goldensohn’s piece were turned away from treatment centers because they were pregnant.
One pregnant woman interviewed in the piece was denied by 30 different treatment centers before she attempted to get clean on her own. Babies born with drugs in their system may experience neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS), when they go through withdrawal from the drugs the mother took. But it shouldn’t be too surprising that Tennessee’s SB 1391 is not succeeding in protecting fetuses or children because it was not designed to do so. Mass incarceration and criminalization of marginalized people does not increase public safety, reduce drug addiction, or protect fetuses.
Women are one of the the fastest growing prison populations not because they have suddenly begun to commit more crimes but because mass incarceration is becoming increasingly profitable, and is increasingly being relied upon as a tool of social control. If those in power truly wanted to protect unborn babies, they would defend their mothers, support their fathers, and empower their communities.


Indiana passed a fetal defect abortion ban (and put some other restrictions in, too)By Sesali B. Brock Turner, otherwise known as the Stanford swimmer, was convicted in March of sexually assaulting a woman while she was unconscious behind a dumpster. On Thursday, Republican Indiana governor, Mike Pence, signed into law a bill that bans abortions based on objections to the fetus’s race, gender, or disability status. Possibly making light of the issue in an educational way is the way to get through to some people.
A very large percentage of the population prefer to have others do their thinking for them. Those two have absolutely no idea what it is even but their agents tell them 'lottsa bucks' and they pour on the praise. History pin allows you to go anywhere in the world and compare pictures of historical events to what the location looks like in the present. In these stories, women are arrested or incarcerated for ignoring doctor’s orders, using illegal drugs while pregnant, or even for experiencing uncontrollable health conditions like miscarriage.
Paltrow and Jeanne Flavin list stories in which women are arrested for seemingly arbitrary or unpreventable causes of miscarriage or still birth. In a piece for The Investigative Fund, Rachael Levy and Rosa Goldensohn break down the new law, which allows for pregnant people to be charged with assault on a fetus and imprisoned for up to 15 years for using criminalized drugs while pregnant.
Many tried to quit using drugs cold turkey, a very difficult and dangerous feat that can hurt the fetus or cause miscarriage.
In excruciating pain, she feared that she could lose her pregnancy, and took enough heroin to keep her body stable before driving to Mississippi where she could access maintenance treatment.
Symptoms include sleep problems, excessive crying, and fever, but they do not cause long-term harm nor lead to death.
Supporters of the War on Drugs claim that the criminalization of communities of color is necessary to reduce drug use, but illicit drug use has barely increased and violent crime has decreased during the time that our prison system has exploded in size. Our growing prison (and detention) population puts money in the hands of private prison corporations and incapacitates and disenfranchises the very communities that might vote or organize against those in power: folks of color, women, queer and trans folks, etc. As a writer at Feministing since 2013, her work has focused on women's movements throughout the Americas for environmental justice, immigrant rights, and reproductive justice.


Feministing is a labor of love and all our staff have other full-time jobs to support their work on the site. Although he faced fourteen years in prison, he was sentenced earlier this month to six months in a county jail and probation. All Feministing posts are written by the site’s collective of regular columnists and editors. The use of fear in the media, using words such as "shocking, terrifying etc" really does not get through to people. Lawmakers are justifying these actions as necessary to protect “unborn life” but, as we saw in the recent case of the Wisconsin woman who landed in jail without prenatal care for 17 days, these laws are not necessarily achieving their stated goal and are instead functioning to oppress women. One woman was arrested for falling down a set of stairs and inducing a miscarriage, another for delaying a cesarean section which providers thought had caused the still birth of one of her twins.
The law was not accompanied by any changes in the dismal state of drug treatment programs in Tennessee, nor any accommodations for pregnant people seeking treatment.
Others left the state, avoided seeking prenatal care, or even gave birth outside of hospitals for fear of being arrested or losing their children.
What can severely harm fetuses is preventing pregnant people from accessing prenatal care, forcing them to give birth in unsafe conditions, or leaving them no other drug treatment option than stopping cold turkey. And though they make up the majority of those incarcerated on drug charges, people of color are not more likely than other groups to use illicit drugs (spoiler alert: white people are). In addition to her writing, Juliana is a Campaigner at Change.org, where she works to close the gap between the powerful and everyone else by supporting people from across the country to launch, escalate and win their campaigns for justice. Though we don’t currently accept guest submissions, we have an open platform Community site to which anyone can contribute.
Children can also suffer from being separated from their mothers, having a parent incarcerated, as well as from the cycle of poverty that incarceration and untreated drug addiction often exacerbates.



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