Homage to my Sisters

Homage To My Sisters is a series of digital drawings made in response to women sharing their stories about deciding to terminate a pregnancy. The project was created by interviewing women ranging from 18 to 40 years old, each telling their stories of experiencing an abortion. These drawings shed light on the complexity of the decision and the emotional challenges faced, often silently and alone.


Me and My Sister

“I recognised the responsibility my sister felt being pregnant. I couldn’t relate.”




Family Bucket

“The memory that sticks in my mind was driving half an hour to satisfy my craving for fried chicken. I rarely think about the time I was pregnant.”




The Arrival Present

“Arriving in England with no friends, little support and finding out I was pregnant was my welcome present from England.”



Juggling Balloons

“The coil predicts 1% chance of becoming pregnant. Continual tiredness confirmed that 1% possibility.”



Handle with Care

A silent story. Honoured and protected.



Bloated Lady of the Night

“I was hungry, bloated and nauseous continually. I just wanted this thing out of me.”


Drawings made by BxSassy



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