Everyone loves someone who has had an abortion. And if you think you don’t, they just haven’t shared their story with you yet.
At the core of “abortion reversal” is a desire to undermine the high level of decision certainty among people seeking the service.
Talking about abortion through an economic lens is not about “monetizing abortion,” and it is not a “losing strategy.” It’s quite the opposite.
The abortion debate rages on, but the voices of those who’ve actually had abortions are ignored. Few people try to understand our lives. And we are never asked the most simple but important question: Why did you do it?
Our imaginations and grit will see us through a dark era, just like our ancestors showed they could do in the past and our friends are doing across the nation right now.
In this week’s edition of cringy, oppressive legislation, Oklahoma lawmakers have introduced a bill which would require pregnant people to obtain written permission from the father of the fetus in order to receive an abortion.
The reintroduction of the EACH Woman Act is a critical step taken by Congressional Democrats as we move into a hostile moment for reproductive autonomy.
“Law & Order” opens a pop cultural window into the social myths about abortion, the providers who perform them, and the women who obtain them.
Across the South, most folks have little to no access to unbiased information or long-term reproductive care.
In 2017, as we fight for reproductive and trans justice, we have to be clear that healthcare equity and dignity means affordable access to all the medical care that we need.