Family planning

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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… Read More ›

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The Notorious RBG steps in to call it like it is: poor women in America don’t have enough reproductive choice. See the Huffington Post. After Donald Trump’s lawyer claimed Trump isn’t a rapist because marital rape doesn’t exist, he received well-deserved backlash from… Read More ›

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New Zealanders can now legally identify as gender diverse. See Bust. A new study finds that men who harass women online are just losers trying to compensate for their low gaming status. See Mic. The Guttmacher Institute reports on why male contraceptives are so… Read More ›

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Think Progress shows us what to be prepared for in the media’s coverage of Hillary Clinton. The Atlantic highlights 10 pressing questions about the Hillary Clinton campaign. 13 women flawlessly answer why they are still single. See Mic. The Huffington… Read More ›

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Young Chinese feminists protested inequality in higher education and the indignities women face in prolonged waits in public restrooms. See the New York Times. Mic highlights the five women behind China’s first modern feminist movement. The Guardian features the women… Read More ›

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Vote for sherights!

We’re super excited to announce that we’ve been nominated for a WEGO Health Activist Award in the best blog category for our women’s health advocacy. If you dig our reproductive health coverage and calls to action, please do us a… Read More ›

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Abortion Worldwide

This week, thousands of women’s health and empowerment advocates are in Kuala Lumpur for the Women Deliver 2013 conference. The conference, hailed as the largest global event of its kind this decade, is bringing together policy makers, advocates and researchers… Read More ›

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A Brief History of the Pill

Today’s post comes from Claire Payton, a research assistant at New York University’s Margaret Sanger Papers Project. Of the millions of women who take the pill each day, most think about it only during the second or two it takes… Read More ›

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