By Sabina Jungkeit
For its second bulletin board of the year, the Spanish Honor Society did a study on the repression of reproductive rights in Latin America. Although there are some places in Latin America, like in Columbia, where abortions are allowed on request, studies have shown that 97% of women in Latin America live under restrictive laws to their bodily autonomy. In many Latin American countries, abortions are banned, and in some countries, like El Salvador, people who recieve abortions can be legally prosecuted. Not only this, but some countries also have bans in place on certain contraceptives. Ultimately, these restrictions can lead to dangerous and life-threatening situations, such as unsafe abortions. The board presented a topic that, although sometimes difficult to talk about, is still deeply important to learn about, despite the moral challenges that it may present. The Spanish Honor Society remains dedicated to educating our community about topics within Spanish speaking countries, no matter how challenging they may be.
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