Imani is a mother of three living in Mississippi. Faced with an unplanned pregnancy and financial difficulties, Imani knew when she was six weeks pregnant that she wanted an abortion. But the costs added up quickly. Her first doctor’s appointment… Read More ›
Requiring admitting privileges for abortion providers with local hospitals does little to improve patient care and sets standards that are practically impossible for providers to meet.
Without the National Network of Abortion Fund (NNAF), the more than 200,000 low-income women who utilize the fund would not be able to access the reproductive health services they need.
While I know that my femininity does not come from my breasts, and as much as I want to say that I am not affected or influenced by America’s breast obsession, my new-found insecurity would suggest otherwise.
Spoiler alert: NO.
As the movement for inclusivity and understanding of all forms of sexuality and gender expression grows, so does the accepted acronym, which currently includes: LGTBQIA. The first four letters are generally known (lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual) and understood but… Read More ›
This year, the March for Life has a few things up its sleeve that both the pro-choice community, as well as Republican leaders, need to be aware of.
“I jiggle, therefore I am.”
From 2011 to 2014, the number of legislative restrictions against abortion rights skyrocketed to 231, quadrupling the number of restrictions within just three years. In 2014 alone, legislators enacted 26 brand new measures to restrict access to abortion rights. According… Read More ›