This chapter examines the power of visual images to address lingering colonial legacies and the subsequent patriarchal, postcolonial conditions that reinforce strict control over women’s sexual and reproductive health in Ireland. Framed by historical context, it analyzes contemporary Irish art, visual culture, and embodied activist gestures, focusing on how these images manifest gendered histories, assert visible resistance and signs of solidarity, and, importantly, reveal hidden journeys women in Ireland take for reproductive healthcare. This chapter, like the art it details, aims to counter the silencing of those impacted by the reproductive injustices in Ireland.