After a bad week for sex ed last week, there’s some good news as Nevada’s assembly passes a law to expand and improve sexuality education in the state.
The anti-choice legal group leaves out a few simple facts when they tout their “win” in Nevada.
Taking a lesson from the 2012 election results, the state’s Tea Party activists are lookign to be less rigid in the upcoming cycle.
A judge has ruled that the pregnant Nevada woman should continue her pregnancy as her legal guardians requested.
Who gets to make a final decision when a patient can’t consent, her guardians, or the court?
Both sides focus on key campaigns as get out the vote efforts increase.
For domestic violence (DV) survivors who rely on the state courts for a wide range of services, budget cuts can add an extra layer of difficulty to their pursuit of a life free from abuse.
Vacating convictions laws are a step in the right direction for survivors of trafficking. Ultimately, however, creating fair working conditions and ending abuses in low-wage industries will ultimately do far more to end trafficking in persons and protect the human rights of workers in vulnerable situations.
Rachel Maddow calls out Mitt Romney for vague stance on abortion in cases of rape and incest, as the Republican Party’s attitude towards victims changed dramatically just over the last few years.
A student in a human sexuality class at a community college in Nevada is suing her professor claiming that by forcing her to divulge information about past child abuse he created a “sexually hostile environment.” I ask other human sexuality instructors to weigh in on personal assignments and whether this professor went too far.