A Conversation with Gabrielle Blair, author of Ejaculate Responsibly (OPEN TO ALL)
February 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Each year, Washington Women’s Foundation’s (WaWF) Member Events Committee (MEC) selects a book for all members to read and discuss. In 2023, MEC invites you to read Ejaculate Responsibly: A Whole New Way to Think About Abortion by Gabrielle Blair. Join us on February 15th 2023 at 12PM for a virtual discussion with the author.
Workman Publishing describes the book: “In Ejaculate Responsibly, Gabrielle Blair offers a provocative reframing of the abortion issue in post-Roe America. In a series of 28 brief arguments, Blair deftly makes the case for moving the abortion debate away from controlling and legislating women’s bodies and instead directs the focus on men’s lack of accountability in preventing unwanted pregnancies.”
Ejaculate Responsibly is available for purchase at Third Place Books. We encourage you to consider purchasing it from Third Place Books, Bookshop.org or from your neighborhood bookstore. You can also check for the book at your local library.
Gabrielle Blair the founder of DesignMom.com. Started in 2006, it has been named a Website of the Year by Timemagazine; praised as a top parenting blog by The Wall Street Journal, Parents, and Better Homes & Gardens; and it won the Iris Award for Blog of the Year. Gabrielle’s first book, Design Mom: How to Live with Kids, a New York Timesbestseller, was published in 2015 by Artisan. She is also a founder of Alt Summit, the blockbuster annual conference for online content creators and creative entrepreneurs, currently in its thirteenth year. As a thought leader for more than fifteen years, Gabrielle has written and moderated hundreds of discussions on difficult topics and interviewed some of the most influential people in the world. Her writing is quoted and shared across the globe daily. Gabrielle and her husband, Ben Blair, have six children—Ralph, Maude, Olive, Oscar, Betty, and Flora June. After six years in Oakland, California, they moved to a small town in Normandy, France, where they are renovating a house from the 1600s.
This event is open to the public and we invite WaWF members to share this event with their wider community. We also encourage members of our Collective Grants Committee to join the conversation, especially those working on evaluating grant applications in our Reproductive Justice & Maternal Health funding area. Please email email@example.com with any questions.