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On this episode of en(gender)ed, our guest is Georgie Barden, a 20 year veteran of the biopharma industry consultant specializing in process organization, change management. Georgie started Fertility 4 me in 2019 in response to her eight and a half year struggle with infertility and her passion to fix broken processes. Our conversation with Georgie rounds out our first series on body literacy and addresses the importance of understanding one's fertility as a form of women’s empowerment and reproductive choice and freedom and the importance of food literacy as part of managing one’s fertility. We will also examine the various ways in which reproductive freedom intersects with class and privilege and how access to these choice differ for women.
During our conversation, we talked about these additional resources:
- How your gluten allergy may be due to pesticide poisoning
- Rage Becomes Her by Soraya Chemaly
- The gender pain gap and the diagnosis and treatment of women's pain disorders
- The non-profit RESOLVE, a national infertility association
- Georgia's "Heartbeat" Abortion Bill and the trapdoor it has for fertility treatments
- Multiple embryo insertions by fertility doctors such as for the Octomom
- Letter to Governor Cuomo details reasons for opposition to a NYS Bill legalizing commercial reproductive surrogacy
- American Society for Reproductive Medicine and its Ethics Committee Opinions
- The home fertility test you can take through Modern Fertility
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