We may or may not agree with the politics of this story but agree that it's captivating content.
Here's a passage for context . . .
"As a clinic escort, I got a brightly colored vest, and I would help ferry folks between a doctor’s office and their car—a situation most Americans will never have to encounter as they engage with, y’know, general healthcare. Legally, we had a policy of non-engagement, so no matter what a protester did, we had to just sorta pretend it away, and use our body as a shield to help people move through the fray."
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Roe v. Wade protest at the Plaza on Friday, June 24, 2022. // Photo by Angela C. Bond It's not a tale I often share, but the first time I needed to acquire Plan B, I was en route to Disneyland. I'd recently moved to LA and had started a relationship with a friend from college.