The Heartbreak of Alabama’s New Abortion Bill

How the most restrictive reproductive legislation in the country punishes people of color

Rolling Stone
May 3, 2019 · 6 min read
Alabama State Capitol dome in Montgomery, Alabama on July 6, 2018. Photo: Raymond Boyd/Getty Images

By Alex Morris

The first time I pledged my virginity to Jesus, I was 13 years old, sitting cross-legged on the finished basement floor of the sort of stately home that passes for “middle class” only in the movies…

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