SRHM Journal on anti-gender, menstrual health and transphobia
In its second issue, The impact of politics on sexual and reproductive health and rights, Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters Journal publishes two new journal articles on new strategies of resistance to abortion decriminalisation in Chile and on the anti-gender discourse in Hungary.
Here, you can access the two journal articles:
- New waves of anti-sexual and reproductive health and rights strategies in the European Union: the anti-gender discourse in Hungary
- The misrepresentation of conscientious objection as a new strategy of resistance to abortion decriminalisation
Moreover, SRHM Journal has shared two blog posts on integrating menstrual health in SRHR and on Reproductive Justice in the context of institutionalized transphobia. You can access the blog posts here:
- To bleed or not to bleed? Why we need to integrate menstrual health in our sexual and reproductive health work. Written by Maria Carmen Punzi (PSI/Europe), Odette Hekster (PSI/Europe), Chelsea Polis (Guttmacher Institute), Rubina Hussain (Guttmacher Institute) and Amanda Berry (Guttmacher Institute).
- Framing Reproductive Justice in the context of institutionalised transphobia. Written by Naomhán O’Connor, Communications Officer, GATE (Global Action for Trans* Equality).