Abortion AF, which has a national campaign to bully and harass pregnancy centers, is now attacking a fertility app, FEMM (Fertility Education and Medical Management). For those who might not be aware, fertility apps are a thing. There are currently over a hundred, and they help women track their periods and signs of fertility, as an aid to family planning.
Abortion AF is attacking FEMM because of what it does not do: It does not provide information about other forms of birth control or abortion. Worse: as was “revealed” in an article in The Guardian in May, “some of FEMM’s educators and researchers have publicly expressed anti-abortion or anti-hormonal birth control views.”