My abortion, my story
Personal stories revealing the quietly-lived experiences of real women
CBC News Posted: Nov 29, 2017 5:00 AM ET Last Updated: Nov 29, 2017 8:17 AM ET
Regrets or not, abortion remains taboo.
CBC journalist Rita Celli, host of Ontario Today, broke through the secrecy by inviting women to talk about their abortions on live radio in May 2017.
Many of the women who shared their stories and submitted photos to CBC said they are afraid of being judged or harmed.
Click on the photos and scroll down to read each woman's story. (Stories have been edited for length. Mobile users may have to wait a few moments for the images to appear.)
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