It wastes no time in dismantling just about every cultural myth about abortion in existence.
And, frankly, the facts are on her side.
Sadly and unsurprisingly, Texas is not alone in their backwards and restrictive abortion laws.
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. …
Abortion might be illegal in most of these countries, but clearly that isn’t stopping it.
Technology has made everything more accessible — now including abortion meds.
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. …
Because of course internet trolls felt the need to shame a woman for shamelessly obtaining a safe, legal medical procedure.
With a $1.3 billion budget deficit, Oklahoma passed a bill to fund anti-choice propaganda in public schools, because who needs education funding when you could further stigmatize abortion?
They’ll tell teens that life begins at conception, but won’t tell them what fucking actually is. That has to be confusing.
A sad commentary on the diminishing availability of abortion as a medical procedure.