North Dakota’s House Bill 1371 requires doctors to show an ultrasound to a pregnant
woman before she is allowed to go through with the procedure.
Infantilizing towards the woman? Sure. Assuming that a woman doesn’t
have long conversations and ambivalent thoughts about making this hard
decision? This is nothing new.
Who knew that anti-choice activists were actually trying to increase
the number of second-trimester abortions? Because that’s precisely what
they’ve done with their ill-advised, ongoing and ineffective attempts
to restrict women’s access to safe, legal healthcare.
Georgia will hold a run-off election on December 2nd to determine the winner of the Saxby Chambliss/Jim Martin U.S. Senate race. If Martin wins, Georgians will have their first pro-choice representative in years.
Charlie Gibson asks the predictable questions and gets the predictable answers on abortion. But what’s the reality beyond the talking points?
Both pro- and anti-choice activists are preparing the state legislative landscape on abortion for the next President and his or her Supreme Court nominees. The right’s latest tactic is the ban-in-waiting — a ban on abortion that springs into effect upon the reversal of Roe.
Endorsement may help NARAL “shed its image as an organization for white women only”, why black women back Obama, catcalls are not compliments.
NARAL endorsement fallout, how to save the GOP, fertility films, HIV and Africa and caring for LGBT people.
NARAL endorses Sen. Barack Obama, signaling a time for unity behind pro-choice values. Ellen Malcolm and NARAL New York see it differently.
Republican presidential candidates claim to want to reduce instances of abortion, but they often oppose access to emergency contraception, too.