Las Libres, the Mexican women network of activist Verónica Cruz declared, "We aren't afraid. … We are willing to face criminalization because women's lives matter more than their law." According to Cruz and some other women within the organization, they will be helping the Texas, United States women seeking abortion in Mexico, wherein abortion is legal. They are completely committed to providing the women with any abortion drugs (bring in the U.S. or send it through the mail). Even after all the illegality and the risks, they view it as their duty to help women access human rights for abortion. Cruz is even willing to go jail for it all. Credits: axios.com Harsh Medical Abortion Law of Texas is being defied It is quite relevant for women all across the Texas border. In December 2021, the United States Food and Drug Administration lifted the major restriction over mifepristone, the pill for abortion. This allows the patients to receive the drug even though the telemedicine doctor has done the mail after the consultation. However, S.B. 4 has been passed by Texas. This law nullifies the judgment of the FDA for Texas women. It also imposes harsh penalties, including a fine of $10,000 and jail time for any person who gets prescribed such drug through telehealth or whosoever sends it using mail unless the same is made before seven weeks (before women realize that they are pregnant). Women found ways to get abortions done, and Las Libres is here to challenge this restrictive law using women's international solidarity. Networks like Women help Women, Aidaccess.org, etc., are already there to help the women against the restrictive laws. The struggle of Mexican women won abortion decriminalization When the world is moving forward, the United States seems to be going backward in concerns related to abortion. Even the Supreme court of Mexico voted for decriminalizing abortion. This was one true winner of the mass movement related to feminist abortion rights. Las Libres (or the free ones), for 21 years they have been helping the women have access to abortion within the catholic country where abortion was a crime. However, with the medication, abortion increased accessibility. It made it easy for the group to commit civil disobedience and provided the Mexican women an easy to terminate the pregnancy. Working women needs are being prioritized Las Libres is working as a part of a large Mexican feminist movement that has many groups addressing the needs of abortion and prioritizing working women. Las Libres, Las Confidentas, etc., are all fighting for free abortion, the concern which is seen as a part of women's reproductive justice and liberation. For them, misoprostol's introduction was revolutionary as women manage abortion at home instead of going out and looking for clinics and sympathetic doctors. They ensure that it doesn't remain inaccessible to the working class and poor women. Las Libres workers have drug boxes that they receive as donations or buy them to keep them handy. Anyone who reaches out gets assigned with it after a follow-up is done through the phone, video, or messages. Las Libres are spearheading working women's solidarity, which the women of America will need if the Roe gets overturned. They are fighting for their rights and trying to unite the work to defeat such attacks.