Roe v. Wade, the 1973 ruling that found a constitutional right to abortion. Elderly women decades deep into their abortion fights marched alongside young girls taking their first steps as activists.
Dogs walked patiently along march routes packed with thousands of protesters. Straight, cis-men practiced . Multigenerational families spent their Saturdays parked in front of city halls, and thousands of signs danced in the air.The reversal of Roe v.
Wade will plunge the country into an even deeper in which women and gender and sexual minorities may face constant peril. On Saturday, Glamour caught up with people in seven cities who showed up for abortion rights.
Cheryl, 57, Orlando, FloridaI’m the mom of three 20-something girls. I had "the talk" with my doctor twice in my life. The first time, I chose an abortion.Read more on glamour.com