It's hubristic for blue-state liberals to implore people living in red states with horrific bans against abortion and trans health care to uproot their lives and move. So what can we do to help those who don't have access?
The state has a harrowing history of anti-abortion aggression and violence that citizens well remember—and, as Kansans decisive NO vote on Amendment 2 results indicated, never want to experience again.
Since the SCOTUS ruling, getting an abortion has never been more inaccessible for most Americans. Here are some tips on how to help others seek access to—and to continue the fight for—a safe, legal abortion.
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.
There might have been a blue wave, but Ohio and Michigan GOP lawmakers are doing all that they can to obstruct abortion access before the close of the new year.
The administration threw every obstruction at the pregnant 17-year-old refugee in Texas from having an abortion, not on legal but "religious freedom" grounds. Next time they may not fail.
The progressive state's Board of Registered Nursing has approved training based on a weak study on “abortion reversal,” that could open us up to everything from bad medical advice to worse legislation.
President-elect Trump, together with a GOP-controlled House and Senate, are planning to grab us by the pussies by overturning Roe v. Wade. And that's just for starters.
This summer, Missouri finally reopened a second abortion clinic in its state —just as the Sanctify Human Life Committee launched a lethal campaign to shut down every one.