SASS in the Press!

Środa, Październik 11, 2017 blog Share

The SASS project has made a big splash - check out our press hits!

Abortion Pill Safely

Since Women Help Women launched the SASS project in April 2017, we have been attracting a lot of attention in the media. In case you missed it at the time, check out some of the great stories and interviews about SASS in the press - and for more information, remember to visit SASS at

Cosmopolitan: This New Site Aims to Make It Safer to Have an Abortion at Home

The Guardian: New website offers US women help to perform their own abortions

The Telegraph: New website helps American women have abortions at home

Mother Jones: A New International Advice Line Will Help American Women End Their Pregnancies

Washington Post: Group launches site to help women self-induce abortions at home, citing restrictive U.S. laws

Bustle: The "Self-Managed Abortion" Website Wants To Make At-Home Abortions Safer

Slate: With Access Under Threat, Advocates Want to Help Women Take Medication Abortion Into Their Own Hands

Broadly: After 'Handmaid's Tale' Premiere, Site Launches to Help Women with DIY Abortions

Romper: Advocates Are Teaching Women To Safely Self-Induce Abortions, Because That's Where We're At

The New York Post: Website provides tips for at-home abortions

WorldNet Daily: Website offers U.S. women help with self-abortions

The Daily Dot: New website wants to help women have safe self-induced abortions at home

Abortion News Info: New website offers US women help to perform their own abortions

Christian Times: Dutch abortion activists launch website advising American women how to self-induce abortions

Whimn: New Website Offering To Help Women Perform At-Home Abortions Safely

BBC: New website helps US women self-induce abortions

NY Mag: Advocacy Group Launches Website to Help Women Safely Self-Induce Abortions

Shape: New Website Tries to Help Women Who Can't Access Abortion

Newscult: This Website Enables Women To Have Safer Home Abortions

Opposing Views: Website Assists Women With Performing Own Abortions

The Black Christian News Network: Website Helps Women to Self-Induce Abortions Using Pill

Actuall (Espanol): Una web en Estados Unidos promueve un medicamento abortivo: “No se necesita médico”

South Carolina Now: Website to help women self-induce abortions at home using medication

Lifehacker: What to Do If Abortion Pills Magically Appear in Your Mailbox

Huffington Post: This Website Walks Women Through Their Self-Induced Abortions

Elle UK: How Women Can Get Help To Carry Out An Illegal, But Safe Abortion In The United States of America