You think raising toddlers as a single mom is difficult? Try doing it without a home.
LGBTQ rights are not the single civil rights issue of our time. To think otherwise, as all too many do, is the same sort of misrecognition that shaped the Supreme Court’s VRA ruling: the notion that the work of the civil rights movement is done, and it’s time for LGBTQ people to take up their mantle.
Victims and witnesses to reproductive coercion, intimidation, and bullying must try to speak up, seek help, or intervene as the situation requires. When it comes to public and political behavior, calling reproductive coercion what it is the first step to ending it.
When work culture and public policy fail to support men’s involvement in the domestic sphere, how can anyone “have it all”?
Choice does not necessarily have to be in a name. But it needs to be at the core of our values, because respect for women’s capacity to decide really does matter.
This International Day of Action for Women’s Health, demand that all governments provide a full range of contraceptive methods and options, and ensure access to accurate contraceptive information and comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services for all! (Via the Women’s Global Network for Reproductive Rights)
President Obama, you made a promise to the women of the United States last year on the campaign trail. We urge you to fulfill that promise.
The first words uttered after a child is born are often “It’s a boy!” or “It’s a girl!” But sometimes doctors don’t know exactly what to say. How does this happen, and what should parents and doctors do?
Humanitarian groups are working to provide aid to the hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees who have fled to Jordan, but the specific needs of women and girls all too often fall through the cracks.
If you don’t want to provide the obstetric or gynecological services your patient needs—which may include an abortion—maybe you should choose another field of specialty.