This week my Introduction to Women's Studies class was discussing reproductive justice and healthcare. To get students thinking about the ways in which reproductive justice can be more inclusive, I decided to try a hands-on activity. I distributed a plethora of various reproductive health brochures, some of which were more inclusive than others. I had students look over the pamphlets in groups, and try to answer some overarching questions:
The overarching consensus was that many of these pamphlets assumed the reader was a cisgendered heterosexual, and this sparked a heated discussion about the potential implications.