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January 2015

Coercing Pregnancy

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This article details how some abusers coerce their female partners into pregnancy as a tactic to exert control over their lives. Abusive acts related to this phenomenon include rape, using threatening or manipulative language, and interfering with birth control.
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January 2015

Must be 18 or Older: How Current Domestic Violence Policies Dismiss Teen Dating Violence

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In this law review note, the author makes the case for a “holistic approach” in the juvenile justice system to prevent teen dating violence perpetrators from reoffending.
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January 2014

The Right to (Trans) Parent: A Reproductive Justice Approach to Reproductive Rights, Fertility, and Family-Building Issues Facing Transgender People

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This article uses reproductive justice principles to provide new entry points for LGBT advocates and reproductive health and rights advocates to build alliances around gender, sexuality, and reproduction by highlighting opportunities for reproductive justice advocates to engage on reproductive health and rights issues facing transgender people.
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January 2013

Slapping the Hand of Cultural Relativism: Female Genital Mutilation, Male Dominance, and Health as a Human Rights Framework

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This law review article about female genital mutilation (FGM) is described by the author in his acknowledgements as being “for advocates and activists who fight against patriarchy and sexism and promote the importance of health and human rights” (p. 585).