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Tabletop RPG Bundle Raises Money For Reproductive Rights

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Board game developers have been stepping up in support of reproductive rights. The podcast focused on Dungeons & Dragons known as Roll for Romance recently announced a collaboration with just over 200 tabletop developers to launch a fundraising project on Itch.io called TTRPGs for Reproductive Rights. “Reproductive rights are under attack,” the project description reads. “According to a leaked opinion, conservative Supreme Court justices are planning to overturn Roe v.

Wade. Join us in raising funds to support and protect abortion rights. Now is the time to act and make our voices heard!” RELATED: Bungie Is Right To Stand Up For Abortion Rights, And More Should Join Its Side Anyone interested in supporting the cause can pick up over 275 games including The Abortionists, a live-action role-playing game which follows “a group of feminist activists” as they “risk imprisonment to offer illegal abortions" to impoverished people. "In the act of empowering women, they discover new things about their own power as women.” While playing the game, players will “argue about feminist politics, counsel people seeking abortion, and conduct abortions using a metatechnique.” All proceeds from the bundle go to Planned Parenthood and the National Network of Abortion Funds. “Reproductive rights are fundamental and non-negotiable human rights that we must fight to protect,” the project description remarks. “All proceeds from this bundle will be donated to Planned Parenthood and the National Network of Abortion Funds so that much needed funds will be distributed on both national and local levels and across race, gender, and economic status.” While board game developers have been coming forward, video game developers have by and large been

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