What is undoubtedly, the first "MotorcycleVagina" forum will be held at Duke University on Monday. Or more properly, #MotorcycleVagina": The North Carolina Legislature's War on Women.
The panel discussion is being sponsored by the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy and will feature a panel of abortion choice supporters discussing the ramifications of the anti-abortion legislation passed earlier this year by the legislature.The anti-abortion legislation was attached to a motorcycle bill in the Senate — hence the name.
The forum will held Monday at 12:15 p.m. in room 3037 of the Duke Law School.
Those scheduled to speak are Alison Kiser, director of affairs, Planned Parenthood of NC; Sarah Preston, policy director, ACLU of NC., Suzanne Buckley of NARAL Pro-Choice NC, and Jedediah Purdy, Duke law professor.