Despite voters making their choice for safe and accessible abortion resoundingly clear at the polls, Republicans are doubling down on their life-threatening bans.
While women may be "fired up" over abortion rights, white women consistently vote for their race over gender. Will this time be different?
GOP candidates know their anti-abortion positions are unpopular, so they're burying their extremist rhetoric and hoping voters will fall for it.
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.
In the wake of Roe being overturned, writers and celebrities alike claim that including trans people in the abortion conversation "erases" women. But the reverse is actually true.
The National Right to LIfe Committee’s model law puts journalists and outlets who cover abortion squarely into legal crosshairs. And it’s just the latest in a long history of tactics used to silence coverage of injustice and marginalized people.
As we await the final nail in the 'Roe' coffin, Linda Villarosa, author of the groundbreaking 'Under the Skin,' talks with DAME about the horrifying history of sterilizing Black Americans—and the alarming rates of infant and maternal mortality that continue to this day.
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?