Last night the television show Boston Legal attempted to address parental consent laws for abortion. Let me just say that to root a story about abortion on the perspectives of two older men is, well, interesting.
Sexism in election coverage, McCain’s reproductive health views unknown to many, PEPFAR needs fixing.
A new report details a pattern of media manipulation by Bill Donahue and the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights — making them neither religious, nor civil.
“Respectable” mainstream media outlets have unleashed a torrent of misogyny. There’s a middle-school mentality afoot here–a class of journalists forced by circumstance to acknowledge that there is such a thing as gender discrimination flinging back insults at their critics.
What is The New York Times' problem with abortion? The editorial page consistently supports sex education, birth control, and the right to legally end unwanted pregnancy. The rest of the Times, however, often seems uncomfortable with concrete applications of these principles.
If new media’s unparalleled ability to communicate with millions of people around the world is fully harnessed, more people than ever will be able to receive vital, life-saving information on AIDS.