Working with reproductive-health and reproductive-justice organizations and advocates, I've noticed that people like me aren't included in the discussions.
Not so much women of color like me; by the definition of reproductive justice, women of color are centered in those conversations.
Not so much cisgender people like myself. To quite a few organizations and individuals, being cisgender is the default gender of what it means to be a "woman," and the ability to conceive and give birth happens to the exclusion of transgender people and gender non-conforming people who are as suspect as Black women are viewed in terms of sexual behavior and motherhood.
No, it seems that people like me and I aren't included too often because we're of "a certain age"--40 years old and older, to be more precise.