THE ABORTION DIARIES is a documentary featuring 12 women who speak candidly about their experiences with abortion. The women are doctors, subway workers, artists, activists, military personnel, teachers and students; they are Black, Latina, Jewish and White; they are mothers or child-free; they range in age from 19 to 54. Their stories weave together with the filmmaker's diary entries to present a compelling, moving and at times surprisingly funny "dinner party" where the audience is invited to hear what women say behind closed doors about motherhood, medical technology, sex, spirituality, love, work and their own bodies.

Since the film's release in October 2005, many college groups, health providers, feminist centers, community media centers, and churches in 42 U.S. states and around the world have used THE ABORTION DIARIES as a way to promote a healthy dialogue about abortion in their communities. Screenings have consistently drawn large and passionate crowds of people from all walks of life and all generations who engage in eye-opening, inspired discussion about what reproductive freedom means to all of us.