A Woman’s Body is a Battleground

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The ultrasound tech looked at me. I looked at my husband. “Maybe you should turn away,” I told him, suddenly self-conscious. He spun his chair around to face…

Scientist for a living, feminist by necessity. Battling endometriosis. Usually found at the stable with their horse.

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Scientist for a living, feminist by necessity. Battling endometriosis. Usually found at the stable with their horse.

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