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Back In The Game with Mena Freeman & DJ C Coop

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Back In The Game with Mena Freeman & DJ C Coop is LIVE every Wednesday Night @ 8pm CST on #BlogTalkUSA Dating over 40, after a divorce, after incarceration....?  Whatever your own circumstance, we can all use tips, advice, support, and a social network of others who are in a similar situation to our own.... especially when we find ourselves trying to get "Back In The Game!"  You will find all of that and so much more, including discussions on the hottest topic in the news, politics, and current events which have an impact on all of us!  Tonight we will talk about the Planned Parenthood investigation in Texas which was sparked by heavily edited videos from a bogus "medical" group who has a vendetta against Planned Parenthood and against the idea of women having the right to bodily autonomy! We will discuss the progression of the war on women, the invasive and overreaching laws being passed on the federal level and in state after state to restrict our right to autonomy over our own bodies, reproductive choices and options, and health care decisions.  Finally we will discuss the moral judgement placed upon the shoulders of women and families and the punishment mentality behind these restrictions and behind the overall assault on reproductive choice.  BlogTalkUSA's Rheana Nevitt Piegols will join us to discuss how reproductive choice had a significant impact on her own decision making process when she was an unmarried high school student who gave birth 9 days after turning 17 years of age! Rheana chose to plan,create, and go through with an adoption plan for her child. The never ending assault on reproductive rights compells her to share just how important the "Choice" part was in making her own decision 21 years ago.  Restriction, judgement, and punishment only make this painful and personal situation more difficult to endure, manage, and survive!

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