The Religious Right is obsessed with blocking birth control, banning abortion, advocating for premarital abstinence, claiming it will stop predators—all while defending and encouraging them.
After all, why was birth control—and health insurance in general—ever in the hands of employers in the first place?
The very real threat of a post-Roe America has inspired well-intentioned pleas by white feminists to get IUDs while we still can. But for women of color, it’s not that simple.
After failing to get the Senate to approve a bill that would defund the women’s health organization, abortion opponents have a new strategy: death by a thousand cuts.
These crazy GOP White House hopefuls have dreams well beyond Roe v. Wade. They want to dismantle Griswold v. Connecticut, which gave us the right to birth control and privacy.
New research shows that access to contraception creates long-term benefits for women and their families.
Could your birth control be coming between you and your man?
Who put the coarse in public discourse? Well, it wasn’t just Rush Limbaugh.