Our Unitarian Universalist faith holds central the inherent worth and dignity of all people, which includes a belief in the sacredness of all bodies, and the importance of self-determination and human agency. As part of a liberatory Reproductive Justice movement, UUCF affirms our commitment to building a world in which all people are able to make choices about their bodies, their health and their families within safe, thriving communities. UUCF’s Reproductive Justice Task Force puts this affirmation into practice through strategic partnerships, actions and witness. The group works to ensure:
- People of all identities and experiences have access to affirming, affordable health care, including reproductive care and abortion;
- People of every age can access comprehensive, sex-positive, fact-based sexuality education;
- People are empowered and supported to choose when, how, and if they will have children;
- Our institutions and communities actively work to eradicate sexual violence, abuse, and coercion, and to heal the wounds of such harm;
- People are supported to make informed, values-aligned decisions about their sexual and reproductive health throughout their lives.