Legislation signed into law today in Oregon requires insurance companies to cover all reproductive healthcare costs and procedures—including abortion—regardless of the patient’s income, citizenship status or gender identity.
Nearly three years after it took effect, a judge has blocked an Alabama law that put girls seeking abortion through a trial-like process in which they were defendants and their fetuses were represented by lawyers.
Columbia University has reached a settlement with former student Paul Nungesser following the aftermath of a sexual assault case that brought Columbia to the forefront of a national conversation about rape on college campuses.
The Trump Administration this week discretely cut over $200 million in funding for over 80 institutions around the country that have been working to find scientific data to help lower teen pregnancy rates.
The gruesome, nearly two-minute video resulted in an internal investigation by the county police department.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos will be meeting with so-called “men’s rights activists” and accused rapists Thursday about campus sexual assault policies.
In January, on the heels of the Women’s March, Connor and Shannon launched Let’s Go Postal—a protest company that makes it a little easier for people across the country to sound off to their representatives.
UN Women and Unilever have launched the Unstereotype Alliance—an initiative to drive away harmful gender stereotypes and sexism from large industry advertisements.
After at least five years of anti-abortion protestors bombarding patients outside of Choices Women’s Medical Center, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has had enough.
With the passage of Title IX—45 years ago today—came the advancement of women and girls, and the pathway to further victories against sex discrimination.