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date: 29 March 2023

Queer(ing) Reproductive Justicelocked

Queer(ing) Reproductive Justicelocked

  • Natalie Fixmer-OraizNatalie Fixmer-OraizDepartment of Communication Studies, University of Iowa
  •  and Shui-yin Sharon YamShui-yin Sharon YamGender and Women Studies, University of Kentucky


The history, principles, and contributions of the reproductive justice (RJ) framework to queer family formation is the nexus that connects the coalitional potential between RJ and queer justice. How the three pillars of RJ intersect with the systemic marginalization of LGBTQ people—especially poor queer people of color—helps clarify how the RJ framework can elaborate the intersectional understandings of queer reproductive politics and kin.


  • Gender (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Studies)
  • Health and Risk Communication

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