“The thing about reproductive health is that it is so intersectional,” UO senior Kat Abrams, co-director of UO Students for Choice, said. “It’s about fundamental autonomy over your body and your life.”
“This year, our aim is to address the culture of silence that a lot of feminized people — particularly people in marginalized communities or with marginalized identities — have to deal with,” Kati Rodriguez Perez said.
“It just makes the first year of college easier,” Jessica Winders, UO’s assistant director for academic residential and research initiatives, said. “It helps you get a roadmap in place, and your questions can be answered as they come up.”