abortion

It Turns Out, America Isn’t Nearly As Liberal On Abortion As Opponents Claim

As the rest of the world expands access, our country has allowed our elected officials to put an extremely safe medical procedure that one in three women will have in their lifetime further and further out of reach.More »


Sia Is Headlining A Free Concert To Advocate For Better Abortion Access

Other celebrities appearing at the concert will include Ghostbuster’s Leslie Jones, ex-Daily Show correspondent Jessica Williams, and singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade. More »


Texas Has More Anti-Abortion Tricks Up Its Sleeve After The Supreme Court Loss

The Supreme Court striking down harmful abortion regulations in Texas in June was a huge victory for reproductive rights, but, unfortunately, it doesn’t stop there. More »


Ilyse Hogue Told Her Personal Abortion Story To The Whole Democratic Party

Hillary Clinton wasn’t the only woman to make history in Philadelphia. More »


How Oakland Is Doubling Down On Misleading Anti-Choice Propaganda

Stripped of the ability to take advantage of and lie to women about something so potentially life-altering, crisis pregnancy centers in Oakland will hopefully fade into oblivion.

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Tim Kaine’s Abortion Stance Isn’t Ideal, But Here’s How He Exemplifies What It Means To Be Pro-Choice

Pro-choice individuals’ disapproval of Kaine solely because of his personal opinions, which have never affected his voting record, ultimately undermines what the term “pro-choice” means. More »


Purvi Patel’s Feticide Conviction Was Overturned, But It’s Not A Total Reproductive Rights Victory

On Friday, the Indiana Court of Appeals overturned Purvi Patel’s feticide conviction, but it’s not the reproductive rights victory you may immediately think. If you’re unfamiliar with Patel’s case, she was sentenced to 20 years in prison in 2015 for feticide and neglect of a dependent after taking pills to induce an abortion. This was extremely… More »


The Republican Platform’s War On Women’s Rights: What You Need To Know

On women’s rights, the party started from the bottom and has somehow managed to get lower. More »


How The First Amendment Defense Act Would Be A Disaster For Women

You could literally be fired or evicted for having premarital sex. More »


Mike Pence’s Abysmal Record On Women’s Issues Is As Bad As It Gets

Prepare yourself for some Trump-level sexism, over here. More »


Congress Is Voting On A Dangerous Women’s Health Bill You Need To Know About

As the debate over what constitutes personhood rages on, here’s a friendly reminder that pregnant women are CONFIRMED persons with constitutional rights. More »


Texas’ Anti-Choice Laws Were Actually Counterproductive For Conservatives, Forcing Women To Have Abortions Later

Anti-abortion regulations don’t even achieve conservatives’ goals, so basically, they’re shitty for everyone. More »


Why Chelsea Handler’s ‘Playboy’ Essay About Her Two Abortions Is So Important

It wastes no time in dismantling just about every cultural myth about abortion in existence. More »


Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Abortion Opinion Shattered One Prevalent Abortion Myth

And, frankly, the facts are on her side. More »


5 States With Abortion Laws Similar To The One SCOTUS Struck Down

Sadly and unsurprisingly, Texas is not alone in their backwards and restrictive abortion laws. More »


Here’s What The SCOTUS Abortion Ruling Means For Reproductive Rights

Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt is such a big deal because Texas is far from the only state to institute anti-abortion laws disguised as public health initiatives. More »


Abortion Rates Soar In Zika-Stricken Countries, As Women Try To Avoid Major Birth Defects

Abortion might be illegal in most of these countries, but clearly that isn’t stopping it. More »


The ACLU Claims Texas Is Trying To Hide The Effects Of Restrictive Abortion Laws

Hmm, I wonder why? More »


A Drone Delivered Abortion Drugs To Northern Ireland In Bold Protest Of Its Dangerous Laws

Technology has made everything more accessible — now including abortion meds. More »


The Supreme Court Will Rule On These 3 Controversial Issues Very Soon

What with the crazy dialogues surrounding racial injustice, immigration, and women’s rights throughout the Supreme Court’s wild 2015-2016 term, all eyes are on three cases in particular. More »


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