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← Free Format Kindle Download @Life's Work: A Moral Argument for Choice → Kindle Ebook By Dr Willie Parker ✯ ← Free Format Kindle Download @Life's Work: A Moral Argument for Choice → Kindle Ebook By Dr Willie Parker ✯ Lifes Work PROLOGUE The Women At 6 30 a.m on procedure day, the abortion clinic waiting room at Reproductive Health Services in Montgomery, Alabama, is as hushed as a church Inside, beyond the bulletproof doors, the women are waiting for me, occupying every vinyl covered chair, occasionally perched on windowsills twenty five, thirty, as many as fifty women sometimes When I pass through the room in my street clothesthe uniform of sweats, baseball cap, and prescription shades that allows me to hide in plain sightmost of them wont even look up But occasionally a woman will have heard of me, the nice black doctor at this clinic, and shell meet my eyes and smile She may believe that Im going to get her through this, whatever this means to her, and hope that by making contact, with a glance, she will show me that she is an individual, with a story, and reasons, and dreams of her own I am here, in this crowded abortion clinic in Alabamaor Mississippi, or Georgia, where I also workto provide abortions for women because they say they need them I am a Christian, raised in churches right here in the Southin Birmingham, an hour plus drive from Montgomery In the black churches of my childhood, an unplanned pregnancy was reason enough for a public shaming, or even expulsion from church ministry A girl who became accidentally pregnant might be forced to stand up before the congregation on a Sunday morning and beg forgiveness for her sins, while the equally sexually curious boy who helped get her pregnant sat, with his brothers and sisters in Christ, in judgment of her Unbeknownst to me, the women in the churches of my youth must have sometimes had abortionsof course they did, legally or illegallybut no one ever spoke of them This was the Christianity I grew up in, and it has taken me decades of emotional, spiritual, and intellectual wrestling, with my conscience and with my world, to get to the place where I am now I remain a follower of Jesus And I believe that as an abortion provider I am doing Gods work I am protecting womens rights, their human right to decide their futures for themselves, and to live their lives as they see fit Today, as I write this, access to safe and compassionate abortion care is under unprecedented threat, most often from people who call themselves Christians What I do is unfathomable to my faithful opponents, yet preserving that access is my calling As a Christian and as a doctor, I am committed to protecting womens health This moral understanding came to me slowly, but it started to coalesce than a dozen years ago when I had what I call my come to Jesus moment around the subject of abortion From childhood I had long inferred that abortions were wrong, and for the first half of my career as an ob gyn, I refused to perform them But as I matured in both my faith and my profession, I found I was increasingly at odds with myself, an inner conflict that sat uncomfortably with me I never questioned womens individual choices, but until I found clarity and certainty around the abortion issuewhat I call the head heart connectionI recused myself, as a practitioner, from the fight Since achieving that clarity of mind and fullness of heart that liberated my understanding around this work, my passion for it has doubled I have been working as an abortion provider for than a dozen years with increasing energy and focus I moved back to my hometown of Birmingham to care for women living in communities like the one in which I was raised Some of my patients, poor and black, might easily be one of my three sisters or a cousin or an auntothers might be anyone you, your niece, your daughter, your mother, or your best friend many are women with some means, in the middle and upwardly mobile classes Some of my patients have formulated strong political opinions about abortion, but have not and merely walk through my doors because theyre doing what they deem necessary for themselves I do this work in the context of a ramped up national crusade against itone that promises, with a Republican president and Congress, to intensify Calls from the antis to overturn Roe, to repeal the Affordable Care Act, and to defund Planned Parenthood are growing ever louder Each one of these backward moves will not only restrict womens access tosafe, affordable abortion care, but will diminish womens access to goodhealth care in general, putting their lives and the lives of their children at risk And poor women and women of color will bear the brunt of this political posturing by ideologuesas they always do Already, I have consciously put myself on the front lines Since 2010, when right wing extremists swept the nations statehouses and legislatures, than three hundred state laws have been passed aimed at restricting access to abortiondespite the fact that it is legal In twenty seven states, women are now forced to wait one, two, or even three days between receiving mandatory counseling which often contains bogus information and obtaining an abortion, a barrier that puts an undue burden on working women, women with children, and women who live in rural areas, requiring them to take time off work and spend additional money to travel back and forth to a clinic that may be two hundred miles from home Fourteen states since 2010 have banned procedures after twenty weeksa violation of Roe Thirty seven states have circumscribed medication abortion, placing limits on patients access to the FDA approved pill that ends pregnancy in its early phases And than two dozen states have taken aim at the daily operations of the clinics themselves, placing irrational hurdles in their way with the motive of shutting them down These laws have had the desired effect Since 2011, than 160 abortion clinics have closed These laws have been passed so invisibly, so incrementally, that few have even noticed them But they are affecting the real futures of real women by forcing them into lives they did not choose I think of the twenty one year old woman I saw in the only open clinic in Mississippi in 2013 Born and raised in the Delta, she was home for the summer, having graduated from a Division I university, where she studied on an athletic scholarship, and she was on her way to a law school Finding herself seven weeks pregnant, she sought my care, and I did her abortion without complication Talking with her, I saw how clearly she saw her life She was on the precipice, about to write a new story for herself She would not be another dirt poor, single mother She would live in a world of limitless possibility, which she would create with her law degree I sensed in her no flinching, no hesitancy, no reservation about her abortion decision All her life, this woman had been making decisions with her future in mind, and when I saw how consequential this one was to her, my resolve to do this work increased When I became an abortion provider in 2002, there were twelve abortion clinics in my home state of Alabama Now there are five Next door, in Mississippi, there is only one To do abortion where the need is greatest is to be itinerant, always on the road, because the distances between clinics are so great In the car, I listen to all kinds of music Miles and Coltrane, Kenny G and Prince, Public Enemy and the Notorious B.I.G I am a devotee to books on tape My time on the road has become me time I am always encumbered with laundry and luggagethe chores mandated by a nomads existence Like every busy person, I keep a fantasy future in my mind I have purchased cooking pots and a double bass for the leisure I imagine but do not possess Instead, I fill the gaps in my schedule with my other vocation speaking engagements and board meetings, traveling the country like a twenty first century Saint Paul, preaching the truth about reproductive rights, because I have come to see that Im the one, as the old saying goes, that Ive been waiting for As I drive long miles I become contemplative, and I reflect on my heroes Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, Sojourner Truth, and Harriet Tubmanexemplars who carried the lives and aspirations of a whole people on their backs My five brothers and sisters tell me they worry for my life, and I hear their concern I understand that my commitment to this work puts me at risk Eleven people, including four doctors, have, since the passage of Roe v Wade in 1973, been assassinated for this workkilled in cold blood for the so called sin of providing safe and legal health care for women Rationally, I know this But I reiterate to my siblings, and my concerned friends, my vow I refuse to give in to fear The truth is that I am afraid of living a life of cowardice, of allowing any anxiety over prospective harm to keep me from my convictions I can live with the awareness that someone might harm me I am not so sure that I am brave enough to live with the awareness that I was too afraid to do what I knew to be right Though my conscience is clear and I am sure of the righteousness of my path, when I pull into the parking lot in Montgomery, or Tuscaloosa, or whatever abortion clinic Im working in that day, I nevertheless experience an unbidden primal shiver of fear For standing there every morning, no matter how early the hour, in the melting heat or in the driving rain, are the picketersusually middle aged white men who scream at me Murderer they shout Baby killer Filthy Negro abortionist I do not for a second imagine that they have right on their side I am not by nature easily intimidated Yet their intention is to provoke me, and I do get provoked These men incite a rage in me that I am able to quell most hours of the day But at that early hour, sitting in my car, sometime around dawn, I am infuriated that I, who am in my fifties, gray bearded and entirely bald, a physician with a medical degree from the University of Iowa and a masters in public health from Harvard University, have to do a version of a perp walk in order to enter my own place of work And I am aware that, even though the intention of these protesters is to throw sticks, not stonesthe truth is, you never know One of them might come unhinged at any moment any one of them might be carrying a gun So while I have refused to hide, to hire a bodyguard or wear a bulletproof vest, its impossible to escape these thoughts People have been assassinated for what you do This could be your last day Every morning, after I turn off the ignition, I sit in my car and collect myself, to quiet myself down I channel the courage of the civil rights legacy that I have studied, and I correlate these verbal assaults to those, much fiercer and relentless, that Dr King and others withstood every day As I open the car door, I remind myself of what my mother told me when I was eight years old, the first time anyone ever called me nigger I should never hit someone unless he hits me first I take a deep breath and I gather my stuff keys, laptop, phone, bag I do not engage I exit my car and use the remote lock I stand up straight, my eyes focused on the ground, and I walk, neither fast nor slow, toward my place of work It is never lost on me that the women in the waiting room have had to walk past these protesters, too Even if they were escorted to the door by a cheerful young pro choice activist with bright pink hair who carries a protective rainbow umbrella, theyve heard the vitrioldifferent from the insults hurled at me, but no less offensive Think twice Dont murder your baby The antis shout these things, as if these women had not minds of their own As if their decision fails to merit respect As if they were not, as most of them are, adults exercising a legal right to make a private health care decision for themselves Imagine, if you will, these verbal assaults being hurled at any other person for having made any other consequential health care choice the decision to pursue a potentially fatal course of chemotherapy, for example Dont risk your life Suicide The protesters find it so easy to insult the women who come to me seeking careas if rationally deciding to terminate a pregnancy makes a woman heedless and irresponsible like a child In my experience, the opposite is true By the time a woman finds herself in my waiting room she has already walked a long, introspective road She has had to take a good, hard look at her life She has taken a world of contradictory and sometimes difficult factors into account Whatever sex act got her herean intercourse lit by love, passion, lust, hope, indifference, and, yes, sometimes incest or rapeis long past and obliterated now by pressing, pragmatic concerns It is my personal belief that the abhorrence of abortion expressed by the men who place themselves at the barricades in front of abortion clinics is actually a misplaced horror at womens sexual autonomy It stands to reason womens sexual independence is the thing that men have always wanted to control But for the women in the abortion clinic waiting room, the sex itself is history and totally beside the point They are here to pursue their lives Every woman sitting in one of the high backed chairs in the Montgomery clinic has missed a menstrual period She has peed on a stick at home or in a public restroom or at a friends house or in a dorm and seen the result in a flash she has had to digest how a new child will alter the future she imagines for herself She has had to decide who she can confide in and who will judge her or disapprove and thus needs to be lied to or kept in the dark She has confronted whatever private thoughts and yearnings she may have about her vision for her life, including deeply held and possibly heretofore unexamined ideas about professional fulfillment, love, parenthood, and God She has had to consider the sometimes viselike practicalities that circumscribe her days school schedules, work demands, the responsibility of caring for other children or ailing relatives, the reliable and supportive presenceor notof the person whose sperm entered her body than six weeks ago, her financial circumstances, her age, the limits of her own health By the time a woman is sitting in a clinic awaiting my attention, her intention has been focused and clarified She has figured out how to scrape together 550 if shes six weeks pregnant, or as much as 1,400 if shes further along She has had to be true to herself, despite the fact that her decision process has been disrupted and corrupted by these new state laws requiring her to be counseledby me, a credentialed doctor, or a psychotherapistin a ginned up protective encounter that often passes along to these women false or biased information about abortion disguised as scientific truth In Mississippi, I am required to inform women that having an abortion increases their risk for breast cancer, a fraudulent facta lie for which no scientific evidence exists I tell them what the law requires, and then, in the same breath, I explain to these women that its simply not true In Alabama, every abortion patient must receive a booklet called Did You Know, which repeatedly uses the loaded term unborn child interchangeably with the medically accurate embryo or fetus and promotes abstinence as the surest way of birth control If I could refuse to distribute it, I would Instead, I hand it to the women, saying the law obliges me to do so, but you dont have to read it and you can just hand it back By the time a woman arrives at an abortion clinic and places herself in my care, she has faced a world of judgment and found that everyoneher boyfriend, her own mother, her pastor, her best friendhas something to say To the point A woman who wants to terminate her pregnancy has to make her decision in the context of a culture that shames her and, increasingly, within the constraints of laws that dramatically inconvenience her They demean her humanity by presuming to know better than she does what her best interests are They limit her access to clinics and doctors and they convey to her false information The underlying assumption of all the new laws is that women cant be trusted to make their own health decisions their doctors cant be trusted to tell them the truth and scientific knowledge must be subverted in the name of religious truth I strictly abide by these laws, which I believe violate human freedom, because my first priority is to continue to be able to provide abortions If I break the law out of frustration or fury and get put out of business, the antis win Nevertheless, every day its getting harder and harder for the abortion clinics in Alabama and many other states to stay open, because while some of the new laws are designed to interfere with a womans decision process, others are explicitly designed to impede my ability to go to work These are called TRAP targeted regulation of abortion providers laws, and they take aim at the business of abortion care, creating costly and unreasonable logistical hurdles that abortion providers must clear in order to stay in business They require abortion doctors to obtain hospital admitting privilegeswhen legislators know that no hospital will agree to give privileges to people like me, partially because many hospitals in the Bible Belt dont want the public relations headache of seeming to condone abortion by granting such privileges, and also because, practically speaking, there is no financial incentive for them to do so Abortion is so safe that patients very rarely require hospitalization doctors working in outpatient abortion clinics contribute little to hospitals in the way of new revenue streams The new laws require clinic hallways to be wide enough to accommodate a gurneywhen the clinical need for a gurney is virtually nil They put inefficient and unnecessary restrictions around the disposal of fetal material For me and the other physicians who do this work, as well as for the owners of the clinics themselves, these laws require than a mountain of paperwork We must be tireless in our vigilance, spending untold dollars complying with every new regulationas irrelevant to the preservation of womens health as they may beand fighting them, in court if necessary, to ensure that a legal service remains available to all And for her part, a woman who wants an abortion must demonstrate superhuman determination to seek it out By the time we meet in a clinic waiting room, her resolve is often the most defining thing about her It is matched only by my own Their legs jiggle on the vinyl upholstery They look into their laps They get lost in their phones On a single day in Montgomery, between the hours of, say, 6 30 a.m and noon, I will perform at least two dozen abortions, and the women who come to me are of every race most range in age from about nineteen to nearly forty, although sometimes I see girls as young as twelve, shocked and confused by their current circumstances and waiting with their mothers The people who pass the new laws concern themselves with fetuses, but these are humans I am caring forreal people, not merely biological organisms with the potential to become such These individuals have full, messy, imperfect livesand hopes and dreams that will or wont come true Arent they entitled to be the authors of their own stories, find their own victories and happinesses, make their own mistakes, without a congress of legislators dictating what they must do They are college students, married women, single mothers, women without children In a single morning I might see a woman about to enter the army a first grade teacher an X ray technician and a zaftig, long haired girl whose body is covered with tattoos, including one that says, All things through Christ, who strengthens me Sometimes they use words like my boyfriend or my husband, and sometimes they speak euphemistically, as in this person Im dealing with or I dont usually have sex One act of sexual intercourse has brought these women here, but on the day of their abortion, the men are on the outskirts of their lives, waiting for them in trucks or SUVs they keep idling in the parking lot or by the curb This, the abortion clinic, is a womans world On the day of the procedure, I do an ultrasound to determine the gestational age of the fetus, and when I ask the woman if she wants to see the image on the screenas Im required in Alabama to do by lawquite a few say yes This impulse, I believe, is the opposite of heartless or morbid The women to whom I provide this service are clear eyed, able to sort through all the different factors of their lives They have the clarity they need, and that I require of them before I will perform their procedure, butbecause they are human, and not robots or godsthey will never have the total certitude that the antis demand of them They have determined at the time what is right for them and their families And, in keeping with my ethical and Christian commitment not to make value judgments about individual womens choices, I do not interrogate them about the circumstances that brought them here unless I sense that theres something illegal or unethical, like incest, at play, or that the woman is being coerced But if they ask me questions, as they frequently do, I answer them as their doctorand not as their confessor or their friendand I give them the medical truth Before twenty two weeks, a fetus is not in any way equal to a baby or a child It cannot survive outside the uterus because it cannot breathenot even on a respirator It cannot form anything like thoughts Up until twenty nine completed gestational weeks, despite what the antis may say, the scientific consensus is that it cannot feel anything like pain I tell women that having this abortion now will not impede their future ability to have childrenas many as they wantas long as their fertility persists I do not engage in or perpetuate any of the cultures sentimental notions about the primacy of motherhood in womens lives I regard the meeting of sperm and egg as a biological event, no less miraculous but morally and qualitatively different from a living, breathing, human life, imbued with sacredness only when the mother, or the parents, deem it so My job, as I see it, is not to encourage or discourage women to have abortions, but rather to deploy my medical expertise in the service of their free choice, whatever that may be And for their part, most women are relieved to be, at last, in this judgment free zone They understand that they have made a decision with certain consequences and, having chosen at this juncture to terminate their pregnancy, most of them are able to live, fully, with the complexity of that choice Sometimes the women are tearful as they look at me, or at the sonogram picture, but as I learned long ago, tearfulness does not equal uncertainty As I see it, the desire to see the sonogram image is a cry of decisiveness This is real This is what Im doing This is what I want, having decided in this moment of my unique, individual human life not to follow a different path Its later on, when theyre on the table, and the weeks of pent up anxiety turns to reliefa floodgate now that the anticipation is overthat the women start to tell their stories, unprompted One woman says she was so sick with her first pregnancy that she had to be hospitalized now the single parent of a nine year old son, she cant afford to be hospitalized again Another plans to join the army and is already arranging to leave two very young children in the care of her parents, signing papers that make them custodians should something fatal happen to her in the line of duty A third is following her husbands job to a big city up north and will need to resume a full time corporate career to make ends meet Theres a recently divorced mother of three, with a one year old at home There are athletes and dancers with their eye on big dreamsthe Olympics, Alvin Ailey There are women studying for degrees, hoping to become therapists, biologists, teachers, nurses There are also drug addicts, sorority sisters, women in denial about fundamental truths in their lives, women who consent to be in destructive relationships that are impossible to understand On occasion, I see the same woman twice in four months Like all people everywhere, the women in these clinics are, for better or worse, merely humans doing the best they can, making this decision having taken everything they can into account But no matter what brought them here, they do not deserve to bear the brunt of a cultures historic and dysfunctional shame I am thinking now of a patient who sought to terminate her pregnancy because she was unmarried though in a long term relationship and the leader of a Christian youth group Feeling that she could not model appropriate Christian behavior under these circumstancesas a pregnant, single, Christian womanshe had an abortion instead I didnt say this to her at the time, but its how I felt How much better would it have been to work through her real life dilemma in an open and honest way for the kids she taught and not default to some rigid understanding of how Christian women ought to behave A third of American women have had abortions, but a fraction of them are brave enough to stand up and tell their stories I have found that when women do share their experiences of abortion, out loud, and with one another, and with the men in their lives, they do so much to push away stigma and shamefor themselves and for all women who feel silenced and blamed Some years ago, a dear older friend gave me a religious picture that I treasure deeply In it, Jesusa black Jesusis squatting by a woman who is lying prostrate in the dirt, cowering and terrified She is the adulteress described in the Gospel of John, about to be stoned by the authorities for violating local customs and religious laws that control the sexuality of women In the picture, the woman is encircled by bearded men, all of whom hold stones in their hands, having decided that their prerogative is to judge and sentence her The womans execution is, obviously, imminent But Jesus has intervened, and he sits by her, drawing the letters G R A C E in the dirt The message of the picture, of course, is that through Gods grace all is forgiven But it struck me, as I gazed for the millionth time at the picture sitting on my desk, that maybe the picture has another meaning as well Maybe the adulteresss name is, in fact, Grace In the Bible, few of the female characters actually have names Maybe Jesus had to make his way through the angry throng and approach the woman gently, look her in the face, and ask her name By knowing this intimate thing, her name, and writing it in the dirt, Jesus is acknowledging not just her humanity but her individuality as well She is a woman in general, subject to the unjust laws of her tribe, but she is also a real person, in real circumstances, and whatever they are, they do not merit public shaming or a death sentence So many women shoulder this self blame that I would love nothing than to help them cast it off Sometimes women, having absorbed the lessons of Christian churches like the one in which I was raised, call the clinic to wonder aloud to anyone who answers the phone Will God forgive me And if I happen to be on the other end, what I say, in substance, is this I see no reason why a woman should feel herself deserving of a separation from God because of a decision she has to make The Jesus I love has a nonconformist understanding of his faith He realizes that the petty rules and laws laid down by the fathers and authorities are meaningless, and that to believe in a loving God is to refuse to stand in judgment of any fellow mortal I do not claim to be like Jesus, only to emulate him as best I can, and I do this work because I realized, a dozen years ago, that if I were in their shoes, at a crossroads and looking for compassionate support, I would want the care and attention of someone in a position to help Rather than judge them, I give them what they came here foras expertly, safely, quickly, and painlessly as I canand I send them home so they can resume the lives that they want, and not lives that some authority may want for them Performing abortions, and speaking out on behalf of the women who want abortions, is my calling It is my lifes work, and I dedicate this book to them. Lifes Work is a vivid and companionable memoir of a remarkable life The New Yorker the most crucial text we have on the subject of choiceread Dr Parkers book cover to cover and then pass it on, so that were all prepared for the next moral argument with grace and power Lena Dunham for Lenny Letter Uniquely informed, extraordinarily empathic, and faith deepened At the crossroads, Parker determined that the truly Christian thing to do regarding unwanted pregnancy is to give women the help they need Booklist, STARRED review Parker writes from a place without judgment, and his voice resonates with compassion that is far too often lacking in discussions of abortion A thought provoking read of many sides of the issue Library Journal, Starred Review At Planned Parenthood, our motto is care, no matter what words that might as well have been written with Dr Willie Parker in mind At a moment when reproductive health and rights are under attack like never before, Dr Parkers book is a beacon of hope and a call to action In it, he transcends politics and cliche to show readers the world through the eyes of a doctor who approaches his work with humility, compassion, and defiance Lifes Workis inspiring, surprising, and very much needed This book will change lives Cecile Richards, President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America It says something deep about Lifes Work and its author, Dr Willie Parker, that you learn first not about him, but the women he serves as patients As a poor southern boy who became a great doctor, he shows us how race and sex bias limit and kill, how possible it is to undo that bias with kindness, and how Christianity might actually include women I wish everyone in America would read this book Gloria Steinem A compelling memoira must read for policymakers, reproductive rights activists and anyone whos had trouble articulating their support for a womans right to choose Ms Magazine Dr Willie Parker shares with readers in his powerful and insightful memoir, Lifes Work, that the abortion clinic is a womans world With keen insight and passion, he allows us to see that world through the eyes of a compassionate, caring male doctorone who loves justice, who cares about female agency, who embraces gender equality, who believes women should have access to reproductive justice, and that includes abortion Whether you are pro choice or pro life, this is a book that everyone should read It offers us a clear and compassionate understanding of what all woman and girls face as we claim our right to make decisions about our bodies bell hooks, author of All About Love New Visions and Feminism is for Everybody Dr Willie Parkers compassion and respect for his patients, as well as his profound commitment to social justice, shine through this beautifully written memoir This book puts to rest the notion that a deeply held religious faith is incompatible with a staunch support for legal and accessible abortion Lifes Work will be an eye opener for those not familiar with the fortitude required to be an abortion provider in the contemporary United States, especially in the South For those already committed to reproductive justice, Dr Parkers account of his journey will serve as a much needed source of renewed inspiration, as this beleaguered field faces new challenges in the Trump era Carole Joffe, author, Dispatches from the Abortion Wars The Costs of Fanaticism to Doctors, Patients and the Rest of Us professor, Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health, University of California, San Francisco Dr Parkers story is a wonderful account of how his belief and faith in both God and in humanity has led him to provide abortion a medical service that is chastised by some as the evil He explains in the most compelling way how, inspired by Dr Martin Luther King Jr.s telling of the story of the Good Samaritan, he has felt unable to turn away from women in need of help Dr Parker is a hero of our movement and, as a truly compassionate Christian advocate of womens choice I challenge everyone who believes that abortion doctors must be bad and immoral, or self interested and profiteering, or privileged and exploitative, to read this book Dr Parker speaks from his heart and his words cant fail to touch the heart of every reader Ann Furedi, author of The Moral Case for Abortion and CEO of British Pregnancy Advisory Service. 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