The Republicans have done everything in their power to erode our Constitutional right to a safe, legal abortion. But are the Democrats totally blameless?
When our columnist began writing her history on the frontline fight to protect abortion back in 2018, even she couldn't predict the horrific landscape for reproductive rights in 2022—and how much more necessary her book would be.
Roe is poised to be overturned by year's end. And nearly every state in the union is passing increasingly oppressive, dangerous anti-abortion bills. Can we survive without safe, legal abortion?
With Roe on the brink of being overturned, no paid parental leave, and little government assistance for low-income parents thanks to GOP obstruction, the U.S. is proving their disdain for mothers.
SCOTUS is poised to gut Roe v. Wade this year, making abortion illegal in more than half the country. But expanded access to abortion pills may be one way to save pregnant people's lives.
The Trump administration's new policy targeting Black and brown pregnant immigrants is yet another white nationalistic ploy to normalize discrimination.
Every January 22, we celebrate the landmark Supreme Court decision. But come March 4, we may start to mourn—and get to work restoring abortion rights from the ground up.
The sexual health-care organization is not the only abortion provider—nor even the leading abortion provider. But if it cedes ground as the face of the movement, it loses donors. And for a nonprofit, that is never a good place to be.
Inspiring stories of anorexia or bulimia “recovery” make headlines, but for those struggling with the lifelong disease, the message may cause more harm than good.
Ripping babies from mothers and putting them in cages, taking away birth control and social services like SNAP, and bombing abortion clinics doesn't sound very "pro-life." Or does it?