St. Paul knitter needling Congressmen over reproductive rights

A St. Paul knitting teacher and her friends have built a nationwide campaign out of this question: "Dear men in Congress: If we knit you a uterus will you stay out of ours?" Her website provides instructions on how to do the knitting. Sure enough, little knitted uteruses are making their way to Washington.
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A St. Paul knitting teacher and her friends have built a nationwide campaign out of this question: "Dear men in Congress: If we knit you a uterus will you stay out of ours?" Her website provides instructions on how to do the knitting. Sure enough, little knitted uteruses are making their way to Washington.

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