To blog in healthcare and reproductive justice is to open oneself to emotion, community, and a deeper understanding of our work and passion. It also opens the writer to critique, feedback (positive and negative), and tenuous anonymity given active roles of public service and activism. Bloggers in this field are brave, insightful, and speak to all of us in our work and paths forward – and I am thankful for all of us.
I have been proud to participate in the community of reproductive health workers who blog, and am thrilled to share a list of my favorites below. I would love to hear who else you follow and with whom you find a shared reproductive justice model!
Birth workers and feminists
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I am compiling a list of those of us for whom sharing our work and passion through blogging has created community and growth within our work – please let me know who should be added!