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Members of the anti-abortion group targeting Planned Parenthood are indicted on felony charges. See the New York Times.

TIME condemns the CDC’s condescending alcohol warning that shames and discriminates against women.

Mattel embraces a long overdue shift towards more diverse options for Barbie’s size and skin color. See The Atlantic.

The New York Times reports on the government-appointed health panel recommending more screenings for maternal depression.

Hillary Clinton calls for an end to the discriminatory Hyde Amendment. See Salon.

Activist Jessica Waters delivers a powerful Ted Talk on the changing reproductive rights conversation.

NARAL president Ilyse Hogue urges Republican candidates to reconsider their positions on reproductive health in light of the Zika virus spread. See Bloomberg.

The Population Institute releases its annual report on the state of reproductive health in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

RH Reality Check calls out the anti-choice groups turning disability rights into a pawn to prevent abortions.

A study finds many rom-coms can lead women to be more tolerant of aggressive male behavior. See The Guadian.

Getting your birth control should be simple, so Nurx is introducing an on-demand birth control and emergency contraceptive delivery service. See Elle.

Cosmopolitan asks for Muslim women’s opinions on Dolce & Gabbana’s new hijab line.

RH Reality Check calls out the anti-choice groups turning disability rights into a pawn to prevent abortions.

The Huffington Post spotlights a beautiful, unedited photo series hoping to help alter unrealistic expectations about how women should look.

The U.N. officially declares abortion a human right! See Mic.

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