Earlier this month, the Ninth Circuit heard oral arguments in a case challenging the Trump administration’s broad exemption for employers from the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive coverage mandates. Trump’s rules allow any employer to gain an exemption to federally required coverage of birth control in employee health insurance plans by claiming that contraception violates their […]
Words of anger, resistance, inspiration and strength—written, painted and stitched onto red fabric—blanketed the National Mall this past weekend at the Monument Quilt’s Washington, D.C. display.
A new study provides a shocking picture of the extent and impact of sexual harassment and assault on women’s lives.
The Kansas Supreme Court Friday issued a sweeping 6-1 ruling that established a broad right to abortion under the state constitution, declaring that the Kansas Bill of Rights “affords protection to the right of personal autonomy, which includes the ability to control one’s own body, to assert bodily integrity and to exercise self-determination.”
Carrie Goldberg proudly “sues the hell out of tech companies, schools and powerful sexual predators.” In her new book, “Nobody’s Victim,” she charts her own journey from survivor to pioneering advocate against revenge porn, digital stalking and online harassment.
Whether in a paycheck, on television, in print media or on social media, we need to do better to recognize the value and power of women in sport.
Two-thirds of young adults have been subject to some type of online harassment. In a landmark opinion, a federal appeals court ruled that schools must protect students against online threats.
Reps. Katherine Clark and Barbara Lee and Senator Bob Menendez announced the introduction of the Reproductive Rights Are Human Rights Act last week on the steps of the U.S. Capitol to mandate that the Trump administration include reproductive rights in its annual human rights reports.
New York’s law removing pre-Roe abortion restrictions that were still on the books is a critical measure to preserve women’s lives and health so never again will another woman die from abortion restrictions.
“None of us are talking about the 74 percent of women who say that having a baby right now will be very disruptive to their family, their work, their education. The 73 percent who say they can’t afford a baby right now. The 48 percent who say they don’t want to be a single parent or to have a baby with this partner. The cases we discuss the most are the ones that happen the least.”