RH Reality Check
Andrea Lynch spent four years in the communications program of the International Women's Health Coalition, where she worked to build global support for sexual and reproductive health and rights through developing resources for activists in Africa, Asia, and Latin America and building awareness of how U.S. policies impact women and youth worldwide. She recently conducted research on interorganizational alliances for a masters degree in Participation, Power, and Social Change, based at the Nicaraguan NGO Puntos de Encuentro in Managua, Nicaragua.
While Sen. John McCain’s campaign did not respond to RH Reality Check’s questionnaire on his positions on sexual and reproductive health, in mining through his public statements, we discovered the following.
Fight for women’s right to life, get accused of trampling women’s human rights and coercing them into having abortions they don’t actually want. That’s what’s happening in Nicaragua right now.
Sen. Hillary Clinton’s campaign staff answers RH Reality Check’s hard-hitting questions on sexuality education, the Hyde amendment, abortion access, and much more.
John Edwards responds to RH Reality Check’s questions on reproductive health issues — sharing his position on parental notification laws, emergency contraception, gay and lesbian adoption, and much more!
Sen. Chris Dodd shares his positions on the Freedom of Choice Act, emergency contraception, reproductive health care in military hospitals and more with RH Reality Check.
While no Republican candidate’s campaign responded to RH Reality Check’s questionnaire on their positions on sexual and reproductive health, in mining through their public statements, we discovered the following.
Don’t know what the presidential candidates think about reproductive health beyond their position on Roe? RH Reality Check developed a questionnaire to help sort out the contenders’ positions on sexual and reproductive health — beyond the sole issue of abortion. The candidates respond — but most don’t.
Sen. Barack Obama’s campaign staff responds to RH Reality Check’s questions on reproductive health — sharing his position on the Hyde Amendment, crisis pregnancy centers, the global gag rule, and much, much more!
RH Reality Check sorted through the public statements of Sen. Joe Biden, Sen. Hillary Clinton, Sen. Mike Gravel, Rep. Dennis Kucinich, and Gov. Bill Richardson in order to find out where they stand on a number of sexual and reproductive rights issues.
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