In 2011, I attended a conference on Jewish Women and Radical Feminism at NYU. It was incredibly disarming; every time I turned around, there was a woman who had shaped my feminist identity, and they were just all standing around drinking coffee and being normal. I knew that Heather Booth had started the Jane Collective, but I had never seen a picture of her, and so I didn’t know it was her until she stood up to speak. Reproductive justice is what brought me to feminism, and it’s what continues to propel me forward in activism and thought. Heather Booth’s work of literally creating a network connecting women with abortion providers has always moved me as an act of ultimate subversion and empowerment, not waiting to be given permission, no apologies-instead, taking care of women and asserting control over our bodies.