Texas House passes mandatory ultrasound bill without a rape or incest exception, 40 Days of Harassment starts tomorrow, Minnesota introduces fetal pain bill, and will internet-procured medication be the new back alley abortion?
A reminder to protesters, you can pray all you want, or you can also take real steps to help prevent abortions.
It’s time for 40 Days For Life, where harassment of women isn’t just condoned, it’s encouraged!
On Ash Wednesday, anti-choicers kicked off the “40 Days for Life” protests, so believers can avoid focusing either on their own sin and or their own mortality by demanding others give life against their will.
Access to reproductive health clinics may become a lot harder this month because yesterday began the annual anti-choice campaign “40 Days for Life” — an intense harass-a-thon happening at clinics across the country.
In Wisconsin, two organizations join forces to provide facts to the public on emergency contraception and to make sure Catholic women know the Church permits use of EC in case of rape.
Last week, Abby Johnson, the director of a Texas Planned Parenthood health center that provides abortions, resigned citing a "conversion". But a radio interview just weeks earlier leaves many questions unanswered.
Audra Reiff is on a one-woman mission to put Dr. Warren Hern out of business. Her enthusiasm for denying women contraceptive care is matched only by the community’s apparent disinterest in her crusade.
Most people see them as they are and most people disagree with their beliefs and with their tactics.
When women who regret their abortions take to the streets…