Lovely framed print from the Progressive magazine.
Text is as follows:
I will choose what enters me, what becomes
flesh of my flesh. Without choice, no politics,
no ethics lives. I am not your cornfield,
not your uranium mine, not your calf
for fattening, not your cow for milking.
You may not use me as your factory.
Priests and legislators do not hold
shares in my womb or my mind.
This is my body. If I give it to you
I want it back. My life
is a non-negotiable demand.
— Marge Piercey
The frame is made of metal (and purle-ish in color — hard to see in photo) and measures 13.25 × 18.25.
I’m happy to try to get a better photo for those with serious interest if desired — just let me know.