"Even when a person is dead, bodily autonomy trumps right to life. After all, they still need permission to harvest organs from a corpse to save other lives. I just think that women should at least have the same right to bodily autonomy as a corpse.
Even a dead person doesn't have to give up the organs they're not using anymore without consent, so a living person certainly shouldn't have to.
Taylor Swift Invisible Illness and Bodily Autonomy http://invisiblenotbroken.com/blog/2017/8/23/taylor-swift-invisible-illness-and-bodily-autonomy?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest
Actually it has nothing to do with bodily autonomy, it's a measure to prevent killing people for their organs and saying it's an accident
@act4transhealth have endorsed the Women’s Strike UK . . ⚡️Event #4 Bread and Roses for all, and Hormones -27th Feb St Johns Church Bethnal Green 7pm TRANSFEMINIST DEMANDS ARE NOT SO DIFFERENT TO THE DEMANDS OF CIS-CENTRED FEMINISM. SPEAKERS: Joni Cohen | Mijke Van Der Drift | Kuchenga | Ada Cable Trans women, just like cis women, are in desperate need of the expansion of their rights regarding their bodily autonomy, access to healthcare, and reproductive justice. Trans and cis feminist s...