Women Of Color Speak Out Against The Whitewashing Of Reproductive Justice

"Recently, the New York Times published a feature about the racial and generational divide in the reproductive health and justice movements. The article focused on the ways in which Black and Brown women and non-binary people are excluded from prevailing narratives around the fight to protect Roe, while ignoring the very urgent and intersecting issues that affect their lives...

In response, I gathered nine Black, Indigenous, and Latinx women who are on the frontlines of intersectional reproductive justice work—whether as practitioners, advocates, patients, or a combination—to share their stories. I see you, I honor you, I fight with you."

Read full article by Brea Baker (Elle)


manual (vol. 3): cycles

as a mission based business (we're a PBC) we believe in #bodiesintheknow. our ODDOmanuals are included with each purchase in-lieu of typical marketing materials. 

volume 3 was created with our content partner moody month and outlines our four-phase cycle. 

as an extension of our manuals, we've started a collection of related articles, videos, podcasts, series [resources - below] that we love and which have informed our own discovery. think we're missing something? email us at contact@oddobody.com with your feedback / suggestions!