It’s really weird to talk about reproductive healthcare because it’s all geared towards cis people. I will need to see a “womans” doctor the rest of my life, but I’m not a woman. My girlfriend will need to continue to see a “mans” doctor, in addition to a “womans” doctor, and seeing either is dangerous for her. All of the health stuff, like about how to tell if you’re having a heart attack, is written for cis people. So how can the trans* and non binary people know? We are missing out on a lot of basic health care because it’s written for cis people. I’m so tired of it. I’m tired of hearing “men can’t be part of abortion.” EXCUSE ME. I’m a man. I have a uterus. If I get pregnant, I have a heart condition that would force me to abort. Should I have no say in my own healthcare? It also makes women like my girlfriend feel left out, because abortion is an issue for “women only” because “all women have uteri”. Well she does not, and never will. It hurts her. It’s not an issue for her because she has no uterus.