I feel so lucky to work in a clinic where we can offer women respectful and safe services regardless of income or medical acuity.
During Monday’s smug, self-congratulating second reading of House Bill 15, a Republican talk radio host from Houston, may not have realized how much he slipped when he said he liked the bill because of its power in “addressing the needs of the members in the House and the Senate.”
Now that anti-choicers have moved the fight to contraception in a dramatic way, it’s tempting to stop defending abortion altogether. But we need to make sure we’re defending all women’s rights.
An anti-abortion group claims the company refused to put up their billboard, violating their first amendment rights.
Leslee Unruh’s fundraising is one of the forces behind South Dakota’s newest abortion restrictions. Who is she and what does she believe?
The fact that the anti-choice movement is just one arm of the larger religious right is often ignored. But a new law mandating religious indoctrination of women should change the discourse.
After nearly 40 years working in the abortion field, I can see that the situation is hopeless. I admit it. Personhood begins at ejaculation!
I remember from my own clinic years that when a woman came to our front desk crying and shaking I always knew she had been waylaid by the Fake Clinic directly across the hall.
Conservatives in Michigan are at once proposing to make working-class motherhood more financially challenging while at the same time placing further restrictions on the choice of whether and when to become a mother in the first place.
I’ve watched the phrase bandied about a lot during this last legislative session, so I thought it was time to see the facts for myself.