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A young woman’s fight against Italy’s foetus graveyards

A year after having an abortion, Francesca found a cross with her own name in Italy's largest cemetery: Cimitero Flaminio in Rome.
A year after having an abortion, Francesca found a cross with her own name in Italy’s largest cemetery: Cimitero Flaminio in Rome. © ENTR

A year after having an abortion, Francesca found a cross with her own name in Italy’s largest cemetery. Without her consent, her fetus was buried under a Catholic cross bearing her first and last name, exposing disturbing and negligent practices in a country where abortion rights are limited by widespread conscientious objection. Young, bold, European. #ENTR is a digital space for open discussion about what really matters, what holds us back and what connects us all.

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