This January 17th was the forty-first anniversary of the “veil law”, which gave cisgender women of France the right to get an abortion. This right was won by the hard work of determined feminists in France. It was a long battle, spanning many centuries. Back in the forties, having an abortion in France was penalized by capital […]
- Dilara Gürcü is a feminist activist, born in Turkey, living in Paris. She writes for Turkey’s first independent internet journal T24 on gender equality. She's the founder of erktolia.org, the Turkish platform of macholand.org – a global anti-sexism network.