“Why is the future assumed to be the continuation of growth? What if it’s degrowth?”
In an effort to correct the narrative that the 19th Amendment gave all women the right to vote, here’s a glimpse into when the (written) law actually allowed other women to vote.
“Everyone loves someone who had an abortion.”
We describe how mass incarceration directly undermines the core values of reproductive justice and how this affects incarcerated and nonincarcerated women.
Biometric identification — of which DNA testing is a form of along with fingerprinting, facial recognition, etc. — was not created in a race-neutral vacuum.
There cannot be spaces or talk about advancing sexual liberation without the stories and experiences of marginalized people.
In her new book, Franchise, Marcia Chatelain explains how black franchise owners became the backbone of the industry.
With black women already fighting for our lives during pregnancy and childbirth, we now have to find the capacity to fight for our pleasure too?
For the first time, presidential candidates are talking in depth about abortion—and we’re still not asking the right questions.
A change in our policy is a step in the right direction.