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Gabrielle Blair presents a new way to think about abortion in new book "Ejaculate Responsibly"

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In "Ejaculate Responsibly," Gabrielle Blair offers a provocative reframing of the abortion issue in post-Roe America. Her book is "Ejaculate Responsibly: A Whole New Way to Think About Abortion."

Blair the founder of DesignMom.com. Started in 2006, it has been named a Parenting Website of the Year by Time Magazine, praised as a top parenting blog by The Wall Street Journal, Parents, and Better Homes & Gardens, and won the Iris Award for Blog of the Year.

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