I wish I could say that getting an IUD in the waning days of the Obama administration was an act of political resistance. It wasn’t.
There is still no global consensus around what some have called a global pandemic. Why is that?
I don’t know what would have happened to me had I not gone into Planned Parenthood that day. I’m grateful I never got the chance to find out because their doors were open to me when I needed them the most.
Women in the tech start-up world are revolutionizing women’s healthcare—and at the forefront of the “FemTech” movement are Pandia Health and its co-founder, Dr. Sophia Yen.
Let’s not mince words: The Global Gag Rule kills women.
For two years, Alba Alvarado Sandoval fought to bring safe sex to her Northern California high school—and she succeeded.
Everything definitely is bigger in Texas—including the number of STI infections and the rate of maternal mortality.
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.
Michelle Hartney is an artist focused on the injustices women face when they give birth.
“My personal dream is to have feminine hygiene products accessible to every woman in the United States.”