I Deserve Good Things: Guide to Abortion Support Zine
I Deserve Good Things: An Introductory Guide to Abortion Support
For those facing the decision of whether and how to get an abortion, Ashley Hartman Annis offers resources and information that can help pregnant people navigate the morass of restrictions, state laws, and stigmas that stand in the way of accessing fundamental reproductive rights. From information on the many different kinds of abortion care available, to frameworks for helping pregnant folks think about which approach makes the most sense for them, to advice on after-care plans and ways for partners to support pregnant people, this zine covers it all. A powerful resource in the hands of pregnant people, and in the hands of activists seeking to help others access their fundamental reproductive rights, this zine can help folks think about abortion and help them through the process, no matter what the theologians and fascists on the Supreme Court have to say about the matter.
written + illustrated pamphlet or "zine"
Designed + Produced in Portland, Oregon
* Woman Owned Business
Portland's most colorful, authentic, and empowering publishing house and distributor, Microcosm Publishing equips readers to make positive changes in their lives and in the world around them. Microcosm emphasizes skill-building, showing hidden histories, and fostering creativity through challenging conventional publishing wisdom with books and zines about DIY skills, food, bicycling, gender, self-care, and social justice.Microcosm has lived in milk crates, in closets, in a mud room, in a windowless basement, in a church, and under a desk at a major credit card company. We've brought our brightly colored books to infoshops, zine fests, media summits, bicycle conferences, parks, street corners, house shows, dirty bars, allnight coffeeshops, art museums, and every corner of the mainstream where we can clear away a little space to set up shop. We set out to save ourselves from not caring, but out there in the margins we've found communities worth always doing it better for. Now we have contracts instead of handshakes, a warehouse instead of a fanny pack full of zines. We have a staff, we have relationships in the industry that send our books to places we wouldn't have dreamed we could walk into ourselves. We're not as drunk or dirty as we used to be. But still, at heart, we've got this milk crate strapped to the back of a bike and we're riding wildly across town to hand you the book that might just be the one that saves your life!