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Growing up, my plan was to leave Nebraska. Living in a rural town of 500 where my graduating class had 19 people, the only examples I had of other queer people were from TV and they always lived in Los Angeles or New York City. It didn't seem possible to have a future here.
I’m a Nebraskan, and I value inclusivity, diversity, and quality, compassionate health care.
At age 30, I found myself pregnant with my second child and having unusual symptoms. Doctors told me I needed an abortion. It was 1982, almost 10 years after Roe v. Wade—the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision that helped protect abortion access in the United States. I never imagined I would have a problem receiving abortion care.
I'm a Nebraskan, and I value reproductive freedom.
Providing comprehensive, medically accurate sex education wasn’t a priority in my small-town school district. The only sex education requirement we had was an abstinence-based curriculum called “Why Am I Tempted” or WAIT.
I don’t think they ever did answer that question.
I'm a Nebraskan, and I value comprehensive sex education.
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