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I’ve seen ppl laugh at the idea of a “period police” but this has happened in other countries before. W/ Decree 770, Communist leader (oh the irony) Nicolae Ceauşescu banned abortions and contraceptives to women under 40 w/ less than 4 kids

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They did so bc birth rates were down and Ceauşescu wanted a “robust” population. Ceaușescu announced, “The fetus is the property of the entire society … Anyone who avoids having children is a deserter who abandons the laws of national continuity.” Sound familiar?
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During this women were subject to monthly monitoring by gynecologists to track their cycles and fertility. They had to submit to monthly testing to receive ANY kind of healthcare. W/ this any pregnancy was monitored early and often, women had no say in their reproductive care
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Doctors and women who *tried* to buck these laws ended up imprisoned (sound familiar?). Any person over 25 w/ no kids was not fulfilling their *patriotic duty* and got fined for not producing kids.
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It was successful in that birth rates nearly doubled w/in the year. But w/ no infrastructure in place MANY ppl suffered, especially ppl in poverty
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Maternal mortality rates rose dramatically (area where the US is *currently* shamefully on top - especially w/ BIPOC). Infant mortality rates also rose
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Families couldn’t feed their kids. Some women resorted to illegal abortions and many many died. Keep in mind that women with wealth *always* have access to contraceptives and abortions, then and now
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Many families turned their kids over for adoption. Institutional neglect and every kind of abuse was rampant. W/ no infrastructure in place “Children suffered from inadequate food, shelter, clothing, medical care, lack of stimulation or education, and neglect”
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Disabled children suffered even more. Developmental issues were par for the course, “institutionalized children more slowly acquired language skills. They also lacked problem-solving and reasoning skills, compared to children raised in foster homes”
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Once these kids were school aged- and still no infrastructure in place teachers were expected to teach too many kids w/ very few resources. Healthcare, education and housing was inadequate across the board (sound familiar?)
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Once these kids reached adulthood, there were few job prospects and continued poverty. This all happened beginning in 1966, that generation is in their mid-50s atm, we’ll see how it works out once they reach retirement age.
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Communism fell in 1989, at which point ppl regained access to contraceptives/ abortions and population numbers went back under control but the ripple effects it had on communities was deep. WE DON’T NEED TO REPEAT HISTORY. That is all.
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