The recently released findings of the senate inquiry into reproductive health care sets the stage for potential transformative change.
Its recommendations are aimed at dismantling the barriers that have long hindered the sexual, maternal, and reproductive health care of women, non-binary, trans, and gender-diverse people, including people with disability.
Its recommendations are strong, welcome and important. For too long, people with disability have been stripped of their autonomy, self-determination and dignity when it comes to accessing sexual and reproductive health care.
But the latest recommendations are not enough to dismantle entrenched biases and stereotypes. Here’s what needs to happen next.
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