Blog

Quick links: barriers to health care access for transgender people

While our main focus is abortion support, the Bay Area Doula Project is dedicated to providing nonjudgmental, compassionate and empowering support to folks across a full spectrum of reproductive experiences, regardless of sexual orientation, race, class, ability, immigration status, religion, gender identity, etc. In the past week two articles discussing issues faced by transgender people in accessing care in the Bay Area and on a national level were published. While the articles are not specifically discussing access to reproductive health care services, the stories contained within are still important to our work. Not only women are seeking abortions, and it is important to understand the intersecting challenges faced by people while seeking the support and care they need.

Healthy transitions, by Yael Chanoff, published by the San Francisco Bay Guardian on 8/14/12

What the Affordable Care Act Means for Transgender People, by Marisa Carrol, published by The Nation on 8/14/12

Additionally, here is a blog post by BADP member Kelly Nichols, published on The Provider Project, about thinking beyond women as the only people seeking abortion and other reproductive health services. 

Subscribe to Our Mailing List



Follow Us on Twitter

MH First is open 8pm-8am. Call/text/DM us: 510-999-9641

ID: Black & green graphic. Van with red/black APTP logo. Green & white text reads M.H. First Community First Response Oakland. Below the header reads "We are open. Friday and Saturday 8pm-8am. 510-999-9641"
#WeKeepUsSafe

Tryna increase circulation with this special offer until May 31: $2.50 subscriptions. You'll be supporting incisive Oakland news you won't find anywhere else every month for the price of a cup of coffee. https://www.patreon.com/hyphenated_republic

Load More...

Request a Doula

Contact Us