fast.But I had $20 to my name. I had no ride to an abortion clinic — and even if I had, in that time and place, abortions cost money I didn’t have.
Then (as now), pregnant girls were on their own. I couldn’t tell my friends. I couldn’t tell anyone. In my impulsive desperation, I dove headlong into Google.
Even in those days, several websites told girls who’d run out of options what to do and how to do it.[Read: Roe v. Wade Ruling May Disproportionately Impact Girls with ADHD]The suggested solutions for ending a pregnancy were dangerous.Read more on additudemag.com