“Do you have insurance?” the nurse asked me as I checked in for my abortion.
I am thoroughly unimpressed by you, Ryan Bomberger and your insidious campaign of shaming…
Abortions were something I knew other people had—a right I supported, but I stayed out of the conversation in case someone would find me out.
Undoubtedly, many black South Carolinians question whether they’re welcome at the polls.
Did someone on television say the word abortion?
Two stories really struck me, the first an allegory about rape and the shame forced upon survivors.
I know your words weren’t intended to wound me, but they did.
While my dad has a lot of privileges in life, he has taught me the one lesson I hold dearest – how to be a great ally.
As a poor colored girl living in a white low-income trailer park community, I was the strange embodiment of two teen pregnancy stereotypes.
President Barack Obama (hereafter referred to as Papa Barack) is content to serve−and is really intent on serving – as this nation’s number one papa.