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What does Reproductive Liberty mean to you?

On Election Day in 2022, Vermont voters made history by PASSING the Reproductive Liberty Amendment! Vermonters support reproductive freedom in all four corners of the state, and they believe that our reproductive decisions are ours to make without interference from politicians. But what is Reproductive Liberty? The stories below are real Vermont experiences that illustrate why the right to make personal choices about your body should be protected. Read and share these stories and learn how to add your experience to the collection.  


Vermont Story Gallery

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Emily's story

For me, reproductive freedom means the ability to control what happens to my body the whole time it is mine.

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Austin's Story

"The right to decide what to do with your own body, to choose your future, is arguably a fundamental right."

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Kalin's Story

"If you have a uterus, it only takes one serious pregnancy scare to demonstrate how important reproductive options truly are."

Atticus's Story

"It is important that reproductive freedom is ensured by Vermont's constitution because it will save lives. It will prevent suicide."

Asha's Story

"That day, I pledged to take care of my reproductive health no matter what. Rather than 'perfect', I was responsible." 

Ash's Story

"My ability to focus so diligently on my studies has only been further supported because I don’t have to worry about my birth control needs, and I know I have some amazing resources whenever I need it."


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