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"I want to see women defining their options, on the basis of information, advice, and support, rather than being 'allowed' to do this or that. I want to see midwives-- and birth centers-- free to decide whether they can support a client in her choices on the basis of individual circumstances and their own skills, without fear of sanction. Let's bring this vision to life, hand in hand." - Hermine Hayes-Klein
"Why do we stay with our abusers?"
"I'm pregnant with #3 and when I told my OB/GYN that I was thinking of a VBA2C, he said 'Everyone can climb Mt. Everest, but not everyone should.'