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Lest We Forget About the 33 Million…

Recent advances in HIV prevention promise to catalyze the global effort to reverse the spread of HIV. But we also must ensure that the estimated 33 million already living with the virus have access to quality sexual and reproductive health services.

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Personhood Amendment Would Ban In-Vitro Fertilization, Physicians, Families Speak Out

Physicians and families spoke out yesterday against Amendment 62, the “Personhood Amendment” up for a vote in Colorado, warning that, if passed, it would ban in-vitro fertilization for couples seeking to have children. 

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Roundup: Is Abortion a Deal Breaker?, Righting the Discriminatory Wrongs in Health Care Reform, Too Late for Nadya Sulyeman

What do pro- and anti-choice lawmakers, advocates and others have to say about abortion in health care reform efforts? In good news, the latest version of health care reform legislation includes tremendous boons for women’s health. And assisted reproductive technology findings come too late for Nadya  Sulyeman…

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A+ for Abortion Art

Yale art student Aliza Schvarts pulled off an astounding stunt — she exploited the ambiguity anti-choicers created between menstruation and miscarriage to set off alarms all over Wingnut Nation.

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Yale Performance Art: Where Are the Grown-Ups?

All that has been accomplished by a Yale senior’s art project on pregnancy and abortion is a highly visible trivialization of the issue of abortion and a phenomenal insensitivity to women who suffer repeat miscarriages.

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Sexual Violence More than Just Rape

Art and advertising that play on concepts of sexual violence both feed and depend on a culture that normalizes sexual violence against women.

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