Hazel Newlevant, along with Whit Taylor and Ø.K. Fox gather 60+ artists and writers and their approximately 300 pages about reproductive choice, mostly abortion (medical and surgical). You'll be glad to know that among the contributors are people beyond white cishet women.
Since I'm a cishet woman, one of my "I feel that" moments was in the comic authored by Mallory McMaster with art by Kate Kerns:
Going into the clinic we were screamed at my protestors.
I had a hard time keeping my husband calm.
I want to shout out Kriota Willberg's "Body & Soul, Science & Religion: All Crowded into One Uterus: Physical and Spiritual Milestones of Embryological and Fetal Development." Willberg researches different beliefs on the moment of "ensoulment." She poses the question "Who is right? Must someone be right?" And her embryos look like dicks.
I highlighted a few cels in a several-page history of Jane by Rachel Wilson and Ally Shwed, mainly those that called attention to legislation on reproduction being tied to capitalist interests and how Jane collective members tried to resist them. They demystified the abortion process, wanting the women they encountered to be partners, rather than "patients" or "clients."
Roe v. Wade was not exactly a bargain to begin with. A lot of people don't realize that Roe was not actually about women being able to determine what they needed or wanted to do, it was about doctors being able to make decisions.
300 pages of this stuff (Christian terrorism, societal pressure and shaming, non-supportive partners, family and friends; and even the heartwarming stories) all at once can be intense, so I recommend reading it in 50 or 100-page chunks, as I did.