Relationships

Why I Marched – Karen Miano

For Karen Miano, repealing the 8th simply provides people with the tools to make the right choice for them. Regardless of status or background. I think it’s important that anyone with a reproductive system have the freedom to choose if, how, and when they want to carry a pregnancy to full term. Circumstances change financially, …

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Why I Marched – Mango

A self described quinntessential ‘Dub’ and practicing Catholic, wouldn’t immediately spring to mind when you think pro-choice. But for rapper, Mango, supporting others comes first. I support the abortion rights movement because I was raised by two strong women who taught me the importance of treating women equally. I think the abortion rights movement is …

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Why I Marched – Wyvern Lingo

Wyvern Lingo are dominating Irish music at the moment, and their recent single “Out of My Hands” sees their lyrics take a strong political outlook. We support the abortion rights movement because we believe that every woman in Ireland should be allowed to make her own decision regarding pregnancy. And be able access to abortion …

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Why I Marched – Louise O’Neill / Fiona Lawless

Author Louise O’Neill, and healthcare worker, Fiona Lawless, share their viewpoints on the need to repeal. For both, the matter of human rights is foremost. I support the abortion rights movement because I believe in a woman’s right to choose. I trust that women are capable of making decisions regarding their own bodies and their …

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Why I Marched – Áine Mulloy

Growing up, I’ve been encouraged to question, to discuss, to think critically. Of late, I’ve been thinking about my own motivation for voting to repeal. It’s clear that this debate has gotten murky. Digs are being thrown, sensationalist imagery paraded through the streets, and the level of tension is rising. The aim of this series …

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