10 Things Women Lose if the Affordable Care Act is Repealed

Women stand to lose access to critical services—and protection from discrimination by health care providers—if the ACA is repealed in full.

Carrie Fisher, CrossFit and My “Widowmaker”

On July 19, at the age of 61, I had a heart attack.

Not Going Back: The Affordable Care Act and Medicaid

Though Trump has backtracked slightly on the issue since the election, we still expect an all-out effort by Republicans to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

The Condom Campaign

For two years, Alba Alvarado Sandoval fought to bring safe sex to her Northern California high school—and she succeeded.

Sanctioned Casualties of War

When Dr. Hania Morsi Fadl invited members of Sudan’s high society to celebrate the opening of the Khartoum Breast Care Centre in 2010, no one even responded.

Suicide and Adolescent Girls

Meeting the needs of girls is critical to achieving a range of development outcomes, and we cannot meet girls’ needs if we neglect their mental health.

I’m Proud of Texas—But Not Our Record on Sexual and Reproductive Health

Everything definitely is bigger in Texas—including the number of STI infections and the rate of maternal mortality.

Conservative Policies in the Wake of Zika Put Women and Children at Risk

The Zika crisis is about to expose the consequences of political opposition to affordable and accessible women’s health care services and social policies that support families.

A Mother’s Right

Michelle Hartney is an artist focused on the injustices women face when they give birth.

Q&A: Claire Coder Wants To Make Your Period a Party for Good

“My personal dream is to have feminine hygiene products accessible to every woman in the United States.”

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