At 1:00 AM, Crystal couldn’t sleep. She’s in a hotel room in Monterrey, Mexico, as she contemplates tomorrow’s meeting, when she’ll be joined by U.S. delegates from North Carolina, New Mexico, and Texas, as well as participants from Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado. speeches in front of MPs. All of the officials, who are Democrats, some with activist backgrounds, are visiting Monterrey to learn how a women’s network in northern Mexico is helping other women — including those living in the United States — access safe abortions.
For six years, Crystal, who asked us to use only her name, has been a member of the Mexican Women’s Network, which provides information to Mexican women and abortions throughout Support other women in the process. The goal of escort is to prevent any woman from feeling lonely when faced with legal and other obstacles to terminating a pregnancy. Crystal got up and opened her laptop to perfect her presentation. She read the practice aloud several times. She wants to be able to look the viewer in the eye.
The next morning, she arrived at the hotel and sat with accompaniments from other networks in northern Mexico. She took out a printout of her speech and began to read: “Good morning. My name is Crystal, and I’m from Bloody Tijuana. I’m in