The safety of vaginal births after cesarean has been well-documented—so why do so many U.S. hospitals and providers ban pregnant people from giving birth vaginally?
Author: Amber Vayo
Amber Vayo is a PhD candidate in political science at the University of Massachusetts specializing in reproductive justice and public law. When she’s not writing her dissertation, she’s working as a childbirth educator, and is the founder of Crossroads Support Service, an organization focusing on postpartum, abortion, adoption, and birth loss support. You can follow her on Twitter.