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Isabella Malbin on bodily autonomy and the misguided abortion debate

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Meghan Murphy speaks with Isabella Malbin about bodily autonomy, the abortion debate, and whether people who say "my body my choice" really mean it.

Isabella is a home birth consultant, life coach, hypnotist, and YouTuber. She was kicked out of a US based Fertility Awareness training in 2020 for refusing to use gender neutral terms to describe women.

This episode originally aired live on YouTube.

To gain early access to select episodes and Patreon-only content please sign up as a patron. The Same Drugs is on Twitter @the_samedrugs.

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