Announcing her retirement, Richards has us all wondering if she's running for office. But we really need to be talking about her successor (can it not be a white lady?).
Few subjects elicit as many brazen lies as the anti-abortion movement. So why are journalists so uncomfortable with calling them out?
The pro-life movement, which is now infiltrating clinic waiting rooms and holding sit-ins, has more women than we realize—and that's making their tactics even more terrifyingly effective.
On Saturday, Operation Save America was arrested for violating a law protecting people seeking access to abortion clinics. But under the Trump administration, who will be protected next time?
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.
For over 40 years, Republicans have successfully snuck in "short-term" anti-abortion legislation under the guise of tax reform. Which is likely how they intend to defund Planned Parenthood.
In late November, repro-rights groups filed new aggressive lawsuits in Alaska, Missouri, and North Carolina, setting the stage for positive SCOTUS rulings—while we still can.
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.
GOP candidates Donald Trump and Mike Pence’s extreme anti-abortion views made this lesbian writer truly appreciate the distinction between being “pro-life” and “pro-choice.”
Why would Hillary Clinton choose a “nice,” “bland” running mate with a mixed legislative record on repro rights? Our columnist makes the case.