NPR features an activist promoting hygiene and body positivity for girls in low-income countries. The New York Times explores America’s evolving positive attitude towards women in politics. We finally get a peak at the upcoming Malala Yousafzai documentary. See Rolling Stone. Following the act of terror in a… Read More ›
A trans man shares his unique perspective on the power of male privilege. See Buzzfeed. While anti-abortion groups struggle to understand NARAL president’s pregnancy, a blog is created for women to share their experiences as both mothers and pro-choice advocates. See Pregnant, Parenting and… 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.
This past Tuesday, we all watched and laughed as Vice President Joe Biden, in all his Biden glory, comically swore in our 114th Republican-controlled Congress. Exponentially less funny, however, was Congress’s introduction of a severe measure to restrict women’s access… Read More ›
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 ›
You don’t stop a woman from having an abortion by forcing her to listen to medically inaccurate information, or waiting 48 hours, or showing her the ultrasound against her will, or judging and stigmatizing her. You only make it unsafe.
The EEOC announces tougher rules to protect pregnant workers. See NPR. The Washington Post reports that young women face sexual harassment in the science field. After Rhode Island decriminalized prostitution, a decline occurred in forcible rape and incidents of gonorrhea. See… Read More ›