The House yesterday voted 238-183 to pass H.R. 7, and the legislation is now headed to the Senate. If signed into law, it would deny over 28 million women access to abortion coverage.
Let’s not mince words: The Global Gag Rule kills women.
I march because as I grapple with the profound implications the rise of anti-choice politicians at the state and federal level will have on my community, I want to send a message that is loud and clear: We are not defeated and we are not going anywhere.
In a recent episode of the “Degrassi: Next Class,” Lola decides to have an abortion after she discovers she’s pregnant from a one-night stand at a party.
The rise of conservative politics means that the anti-abortion movement is having a comeback in Europe.
It was October 19, 2016—the day of the first women’s strike in Argentina. It was the day 80,000 people took the streets of Santiago to proclaim: “Not One Less.”
For some women protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline, protecting the water supply isn’t only about environmental justice—it’s about reproductive justice as well.
“It was the right choice for me and I know that. But I felt all this guilt for not feeling guilty…”
Oklahoma has passed the most restrictions on abortion in the country—and women went without access to proper reproductive and sexual healthcare.
The House Select Investigate Panel recently demanded abortion providers submit information including medical records to the panel. This is the response of Dr. Warren Hern.