Lakshmi Chaudhry asserts that Hillary Clinton has a "feminist problem," and more so with those who lean left. Many of the very same feminists who were her most ardent supporters as First Lady are now fiercely opposed to her historic bid to become the first female President of the United States.
If Senator Gravel became President of the United States, he says he'd ensure full reproductive freedom – a position he calls "pro-life."
On the campaign trail, even in the political powerhouse state of Iowa, candidates rarely include basic reproductive health statements in stump speeches.
When it comes to abstinence-only-until-marriage, The Republican presidential candidates are head-in-the-sand true believers, convoluted converts or, silent; Democrats are largely silent on the issue.
Every year Congress releases funds for crucial women’s health care programs globally. Every year President Bush withholds those funds. Americans for UNFPA asks: what will the next president do to help prevent the deaths of thousands of women worldwide?
Cristina Page has a winning strategy for pro-choice Democrats this campaign season – tell the truth. Pro-choice policies alone result in dramatic declines in the need for abortion.
Any presidential candidate credibly asking for African American votes must show how he or she plans to end the epidemic in Black America. They've come a long way since 2004, but still don't have detailed proposals.