Published: Wed, September 20, 2017
Culture | By Stewart Greene

Elisabeth Moss Leads Women Rights Drama CALL JANE

Elisabeth Moss Leads Women Rights Drama CALL JANE

Meanwhile, hot on those heels, it was reported that Moss has signed to star in a film about an underground suburban network of women who provided safe abortions in the 1960s. Finding a doctor to do one often proved unsafe at that time, leading the women of the Jane Collective to learn how to safely perform abortions themselves in hopes of preventing other risky means of abortion such as coat hangers and plant poison.

Elisabeth Moss took home one of the big awards of the night, winning the award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama for her role in The Handmaid's Tale.

"I don't hold anything against Elisabeth Moss other than she's continuing to support a group that is abusive and destroying families", Remini said. At other times, they performed procedures themselves.

After the procedure, members of the Jane Collective would check on the women.

The group helped approximately 11,000 women abort their unborn babies before abortion became legal. I don't really remember much of it. "Which is what we all need to keep in mind". Since CBS censored her, is there anything else she wanted to say? "It's what I'm most interested in as a woman, shows that are about women". We've got a pretty good idea of what this subtle message to the patriarchy says-and we're so here for it. "I hope we can stop this trainwreck one way or another".

Scott was arrested in 1973 for her work with the organization, but the Supreme Court ruling on Roe came a month later and the charges against her were dropped.

"We had a victory and it's being eroded, but I don't think it's impossible to find a way out of it", Scott said.

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