Does SCOTUS’s consistent inaction on the issue mean that we’ve already lost our right to choose?
Google “I’m pregnant and need help” and you’ll find crisis pregnancy clinics pressuring women to stay to term. Lady Parts Justice is teaching women to identify them and warn others.
It's been 44 years since SCOTUS legalized abortion—now we have an administration eager to repeal the decision. We spoke with women who remember well the dangers of life before it.
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.
In Ohio, where the anti-abortion landscape is increasingly hostile, activist Amanda Patton has launched a fierce ad campaign to troll GOP legislators—and funds it by selling adorbz kitteh T-shirts.
Terminating my pregnancy has made my life possible. Talking about it openly when Planned Parenthood’s funding is being threatened has never been more important.
Thanks to the false claims against the country's largest reproductive health provider, zealous anti-repro-rights activists are attacking clinics, regardless of the services they provide.
Not quite a victory, but a sigh of relief: The ruling means that all 19 of the state's providers may continue to operate without having active hospital-admitting privileges.
A clinic escort reveals the horrifying new tactics of anti-choicers, who are turning a powerful movement into a racist tool of harassment.
With repro-rights activists dropping abortion pills into Poland using drones, technology may prove to be our greatest ally in the U.S., where safe and legal access is diminishing by the minute.