I am not my uterus. Even were I to lose my uterus (where did I put that damn thing again?) I would still be me, and I would still be a woman. It is for this reason that I detest Planned Parenthood budget cuts being referred to as "an attack on women's health." An attack on birth control, abortion, and pap smears, yes. And all of those do affect women's health. But they are not the entirety of women's health and the implication that women's health as a whole would be jeopardized if Planned Parenthood disappeared bothers me. Would more women die of heart disease? Stroke? Colon cancer? Probably not.
Women are intricate pieces of biology, not just walking uteruses, no matter what politicians, or tampon commercials, would have you believe.