A year on from the 2016 election, many of us are reflecting on what we've been through, and how we've changed. Apart from painfully real memes, though, some people are also sharing why they've stayed vigilant in fighting for reproductive rights — something that Donald Trump's win called into question.
As we approach the anniversary of election day, doctors and advocates are using the hashtag #ImStillFighting on Twitter to discuss why it's important not to let up the fight to protect reproductive rights.
When Trump won the presidential election last year, many onlookers who were worried about reproductive rights and abortion access began to encourage women to get IUDs placed in the event that women's reproductive rights would begin to be rolled back under his administration. Since an IUD can last up to 5 years, the thought process was that getting one could take care of birth control for the four years Trump is in office.
The #ImStillFighting campaign was started by Physicians for Reproductive Health, a doctor-led advocacy organization that works to amplify doctors' voices and medical evidence to bring scientific expertise to the public. As part of their Voices of Courage project, PRH is encouraging people to share how they're continuing to fight for women's health.
To join in the campaign, you can tweet your story with #ImStillFighting.