Bodily Autonomy Special Issue
Due to recent changes in American laws, The AutoEthnographer presents a 2022-2023 bodily autonomy special issue dedicated to exploring experiences of abortion, circumcision, contraception, and more. Please see What Is Autoethnography? How Can I Learn More? to better understand our magazine’s theme. Check out our Submissions page for more information about publishing. See our Work with Us page to learn about volunteering. Thinking of submitting? Review our editors’ What Do Editors Look for When Reviewing Evocative Autoethnography?
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Bodily autonomy (integrity) is the right to make choices about one’s own physical self without facing coercion or violence. New York Times opinion writer Tish Harrison Warren (2022) explains,
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