The Boobs Campaign: Boobs for Birth Justice!

With your help, we're selling 500 boob posters to raise funds for reproductive health and birth justice.

 We’re donating half of the proceeds from the beloved Boobs Poster to Planned Parenthood and the Birth Justice Project, a Bay-Area based organization that provides doula care and health education to people in local jails and addiction recovery programs.

For the month of Nisan (March 27th - April 26th) half the proceeds of sales will go to TGIJP (Transgender, Gender Variant and Intersex Justice Project) . Read more about it on my blog

More boobs, more of the time, for babies! More boobs for everyone! We're also joining forces with the wonderful natural birth community on Instagram to amplify this call to support reproductive justice, at a time when it is under threat. 

This is the #BOOBSCAMPAIGN.

Together, we can *definitely* sell over 500 posters, and raise over $6,000!

You can support the boobs, and support reproductive & birth justice!
☉ Buy a boobs poster for you or another boob lover in your life! ☉
☉ Share this campaign on your social media! ☉

 

What is birth justice?

We believe that Birth Justice exists when women and transfolks are empowered during pregnancy, labor, childbirth and postpartum to make healthy decisions for themselves and their babies. Birth Justice is part of a wider movement against reproductive oppression. It aims to dismantle inequalities of race, class, gender and sexuality that lead to negative birth experiences, especially for women of color, low-income women, survivors of violence, immigrant women, queer and transfolks, and women in the Global South.

Working for Birth Justice involves educating the community, and challenging abuses by medical personnel and overuse of medical interventions. It also involves advocating for universal access to culturally appropriate, women-centered health care. It includes the right to choose whether or not to carry a pregnancy, to choose when, where, how, and with whom to birth, including access to traditional and indigenous birth-workers, such as midwives and doulas, and the right to breastfeeding support.
— Shared with permission from Black Women Birthing Justice