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Ashley Gray is a dogless dog lover living in New York City who works for Lady Parts Justice, a nonprofit that uses humor and pop culture to advocate for reproductive rights. In 2013, Ashley co-founded a volunteer clinic escort program in Northern New Jersey that was instrumental in getting a local buffer zone passed to minimize the harassment of clinic patients and staff. In her downtime, Ashley can usually be found eating spicy foods and counting down the days until Shark Week.

  • “Trapped” Provides Terrifying Glimpse Into the South’s Fight for Abortion Rights

    This documentary shines a spotlight on the underhanded laws shutting down clinics around the country under the guise of protecting women.

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  • 5 Recent Victories for Abortion Rights—and The Voices Behind Them

    This barreling buildup of abortion rights momentum is headed straight for the Supreme Court and there is no stopping it!

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  • #MaybeTheIUD Takes Over NYC

    #MaybeTheIUD is aimed to be the first phase of a multi-year initiative to increase awareness, access, and utilization of sexual and reproductive health and related services.

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  • SCOTUS May Take Up Abortion Restrictions in Mississippi

    Requiring admitting privileges for abortion providers with local hospitals does little to improve patient care and sets standards that are practically impossible for providers to meet.

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  • 5 Things The March For Life Doesn’t Want You to Know

    This year, the March for Life has a few things up its sleeve that both the pro-choice community, as well as Republican leaders, need to be aware of.

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  • New National Abortion Ban Bill Completely Ignores Reality

    This past Tuesday, we all watched and laughed as Vice President Joe Biden, in all his Biden glory, comically swore in our 114th Republican-controlled Congress. Exponentially less funny, however, was Congress’s introduction of a severe measure to restrict women’s access… Read More ›

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  • When Does a “Sidewalk Counselor” become a “Protester”?

    On a chilly Saturday morning in Northern New Jersey, a woman clutching rosary beads and bags of pamphlets follows a father with his young daughter on an open sidewalk. The father has just dropped his wife off at a women’s… Read More ›

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