Encouraged by far right primary wins and a victory in removing abortion care from federal healthcare, anti-choice extremists are going even further to show their true colors and true agenda: taking away every woman’s choice in all circumstances.
Urban Outfitters withdraws online sales of Proper Attire condoms because of complaints from anti-choice groups.
Why do same people who condemn sex education in elementary schools also tend to support anti-choice displays in those same classrooms?
Could common ground finally be reached between the religous and the secular when it comes to preventing unwanted pregnancies?
As the Gulf oil catastrophe unfolds, little is being said about its effects now and later on human health, especially on reproductive health and on the health of children.
American Life League gears up for a new round of amendments at their Personhood Now training conference. But will calling fertilized eggs “little children” help them chip away at abortion rights?
NARAL’s hall of shame has some anti-choicers thrilled, others peeved, and still more ready to up the rhetoric to make the cut next year. Plus, removing the stigma from sexual health and discussing the big G.
Three major players in the absolutist anti-choice movement headed to Montana last weekend to push a second attempt at a state ballot measure to ban abortion without exception. But the meeting excluded one noteworthy group.
In just five short years, the primary movers and shakers in the absolutist anti-abortion/anti-choice movement seeking to promote the “personhood” of zygotes (the single cell that forms after a sperm fertilizes an egg) have amassed nearly $58 million in tax-deductible contributions for their cause. A special investigative report by Wendy Norris for RH Reality Check.
Attendees at Friday’s anti-choice Personhood Conference were looking for direction — and may find it in Kristi Burton, pioneer of Colorado’s failed personhood amendment.