As a young person from the same Native American communities as my students, I find it more and more culturally relevant that our younger generation educate each other.
Whether it’s the trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell or the birth control benefit, the radical right wing has shown it has no problems manipulating the law to push its agenda.
By all accounts, the women’s rights advocates who fought to reauthorize VAWA never made EC a priority.
Abortion stigma is a form of gender discrimination and punishment, and it represents social control of both women who need abortions and providers who provide them.
They say it’s about compassion, eugenics, diversity. But in reality, isn’t it just about chipping away at abortion rights any way that they can?
“I’m sure the prosecutor will understand” isn’t usually a sound way to write your legislative bills.
What if we made fetuses evidence and said abortion would “destroy” it? It’s illogical in every way.
In the whirlwind of policy debates and activist conferences, it is easy to gloss over the victories we’ve accomplished together this past year. As I look forward to my next year, I’m glad to have such powerful hermanas beside me because we still have much work to tackle.
The California legislature unanimously passed a bill banning the use of restraints on pregnant women. Will the governor sign it?
In addition to imposing unnecessary and damaging limits and requirements on women’s medical care, do anti-abortion laws contribute to a social climate in which it is acceptable to terrorize me, my colleagues, and our patients?