« Europe’s patchwork of abortion laws is absurd. Rights must be made universal » | The Guardian, London, 2019

I was stunned to discover that abortions, strictly speaking, are still not legal in Germany.

« When I was 30, in 2011, I had an abortion. I was living in Berlin, a city known, since the fall of the Wall, for championing freedom. Or at least it was until attention turned to my womb. Born in France in the 1980s, and brought up on the internet, the Erasmus European studies programme and love without borders, I was under the happy illusion that everything relating to women’s bodies – from abortion to assisted reproduction – was covered by rights secured after long, hard struggles (…) »

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