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Women Share Pain-filled Stories of Past Abortions

A New York Magazine article titled "My Abortion" featured the personal stories of 26 women who have had an abortion. The article began by noting that abortion "is something we tend to be more comfortable discussing as an abstraction; the feelings it provokes are too complicated to face in all their particularities." So the article explored specific women with specific stories. ...

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