“I would have killed myself. This isn’t hyperbole. If I couldn’t have had an abortion at 18, I would have killed myself—because I couldn’t see how I could possibly live my life.”
In the years before Roe, the women of the Jane Collective took the fight for abortion access into their own hands—literally.
When Jacinda Ardern, Prime Minister of New Zealand, gave birth last week, she became only the second elected world leader to do so while in office—and the first to take maternity leave.
Activists at demonstrations across the country have been demanding justice for immigrant families torn apart at the border due to Trump administration policies. In Los Angeles, women formed the front line.
In the wake of a border crisis created by the Trump administration, Republicans in the House introduced two bills that would codify its immigration policies—and leave domestic violence survivors seeking asylum without recourse.
A woman from Honduras was breastfeeding her daughter in a detention center in Texas when federal agents took her child away from her—and handcuffed her when she fought back.
“By far our state capitol is the most misogynistic place I have ever worked,” Pennsylvania state Representative Leanne Krueger-Braneky (D-161) told Ms.
Saudi Arabia’s ban on women driving will finally be lifted later this month—and one woman is already showing them the rules of the road.
The Trump administration’s immigration policies for domestic violence survivors and families have devastating consequences—and feminists are fighting back.