A continuing education program for nurses in California indoctrinates providers with anti-contraception ideology — part of the larger project to stock health care professions with anti-choicers who hide behind religion to refuse health care.
An administration that has done everything in its power to oppose abortion is now going after the very thing that can best prevent unintended pregnancies.
According to new HHS regulations, you can have an “abortion” without even being pregnant.
At the International AIDS Conference, a broad global consensus supports the integration of reproductive health services in HIV prevention, while the U.S. government remains reluctant to acknowledge these crucial linkages.
Minnesota lawmakers overwhelmingly passed legislation last year to ensure the availability of emergency contraception to rape survivors. Under new proposed regulations, those women could be denied appropriate treatment.
On the right to contraception, pro-choicers have a slam dunk argument, right? But anti-choicers can chip away at contraceptive access without us noticing — by redefining birth control as a luxury item, not a medical necessity.