@remyma is advocating for women whose financial situations prevent them from conceiving children if they can’t become pregnant naturally.
In January, the “All The Way Up” rapper opened up about her ectopic pregnancy, which resulted in a miscarriage. After having an emergency surgery, her doctor told her that her fallopian tubes were damaged and she wouldn’t be able to have any more children naturally. “First I was distraught, I was embarrassed, I was ashamed, I felt less than a woman and [the doctor] assured me that was no way to feel and that for a certain amount of thousands of dollars, it can be fixed. And because I have the finances, I never even thought twice about it,” #RemyMa told @essencemag.
Motivated by her own experience, the Bronx native thought of the many women who face a similar issue but don’t have the same wealth as she has. She told the publication that she intends on starting a fund for women who don’t have the financial means to get pregnant but long to have children. We think this is great. What are your thoughts? #IMPACTMagazine