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The majority of American adults support a woman’s right to an abortion, but it’s another matter to date someone who performs them.
Because of increasing restrictions at the state level, abortion access across the United States has gone from bad to worse.
In more instances than I’d like to recall, this has meant that a new relationship ends before it really starts.
Lesson learned: don’t be afraid to ask tough questions from the get-go.5. Sure, most introverts prefer depth over breadth when it comes to relationships.
Yet I'll speak here from personal experience: most of the people I’ve developed great connections with have been on the extroverted side of the spectrum.
The party-goers have clearly talked before I arrived: Colleen is going to be here tonight. In the past, I’ve tried every strategy: Burying references in my online dating profile; waiting until the third date to talk about the specifics of my work; carefully dropping the word “abortion” in conversation and watching for a reaction. Every man I have ever dated — no matter how liberal or open-minded he professes to be — has flinched, looked away, or gone silent when I first tell him what I do.
Abortion becomes shorthand for so many things that are difficult to talk about: intimacy, alienation, poverty, violence, lack of opportunity, disappointment, illness, and the general messiness of human bodies and circumstances.