Defund the Female Phobic

Savannah Slone



We advocate for accessibility.
You support life until first breath.
You support life until that life needs support.
We just said no to abstinence.
Our selection was contraception, but regulation
reproductive rights. You ejaculate hate,
defunding our consenting cervixes and
their intra-uterine devices and
their human papilloma viruses.
Morning after pills are needed for this orgasmic
oppression. Impede the silencing
intolerance from the female phobic.




Savannah Slone earned her Bachelor’s degree in English: Professional and Creative Writing from Central Washington University and will soon begin her M.F.A. in Writing at Lindenwood University. Her poetry has appeared in Manastash Literary Arts Magazine and Creative Colloquy. Savannah lives in Skykomish, WA, where she works a handful of part-time jobs and cares for her toddler with autism. She enjoys reading, writing, knitting, and hiking.