It can be an overwhelming time to be a woman.

Fear. A looming lack of control over bodily autonomy. Rage. Exhaustion. The Denver Post wants to capture and document what it means to be a woman in this moment in time.

With a leaked Supreme Court draft decision foreshadowing the anticipated rollback of Roe v. Wade, women across the nation are faced with the reality that state governments can soon legislate what they can do with their bodies. Whether you support the right to an abortion or not, the high court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade would mean the stripping away of a constitutional right.

On top of that, a slew of ongoing concerns such as a baby formula shortage, inflation, climate crisis and continued racist attacks weigh heavy. The Denver Post wants to hear from Colorado women about what issues are at the forefront of their minds and how they’re dealing with them.

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How is your mental health? What are you worried about? What are you celebrating? How are you coping with your feelings? What new conversations, life goals or thoughts about the future are you discussing with family or friends in light of all the news?

If you’re interested, we’d also love for you to submit a photo of yourself so we can visually represent the women of Colorado. We encourage women from all backgrounds to submit including trans women, women of color, women with disabilities and from all age groups.

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