Lizzie Presser

California Sunday Magazine

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Contributor for the California Sunday Magazine.

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Women choose to give birth at home because it’s more comfortable, maybe they prefer a familiar bedroom than a hospital bed, maybe they want the whole process to be more natural.

The growing network of underground home abortion providers

Women choose to give birth at home because it’s more comfortable, maybe they prefer a familiar bedroom than a hospital bed, maybe they want the whole process to be more natural.

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