Reproductive rights, abortion & Zoe’s law: Why freedom of choice is still feminism’s biggest fight
April 26, 2015
“Women’s reproductive rights are still a subject of debate in Australia, and indeed across the world, particularly in light of a series of significant legal reforms.
Recently in Australia, Victoria and Tasmania have joined the states and nations across the world that entirely decriminalised abortion, endowing women with both the legal and practical right to choose whether or not to continue a pregnancy.
But reproductive rights reform has not always been – indeed still isn’t – a linear trajectory towards greater self-determination for women.”