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You’ll Feel a Pinch: An Attempt to Get Birth Control to Outlast a Presidency

“Taking care of our bodies is a privilege when it should be a right.”

do:

Cosmopolitan

however

pregnantdo not want.

sit here.

fuck youone.

Confirm pregnancymaternity carepostpartum careproblem-oriented visit.What is your problem?

I want my IUD replaced early.

I want my IUD replaced early.

why?

To start.

swallowed

Doctor Strange

mauveleprosylocusts

pissed

You matter, you are worthy of care.

Jesus God it hurt.

hundred.

You matter, You are worthy of care.

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Megan Stielstra is the author of three collections including The Wrong Way to Save Your Life, forthcoming August 1st from Harper Perennial. Her work appears in Best American Essays, the New York Times, Guernica, the Rumpus, and on National Public Radio.

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