A recently published poll shows a correlation between church attendance and a support for torture.
Palin has unintentionally demonstrated that there’s a way in which a pro-choice world honors the decision to carry an unplanned pregnancy more than a world without choice does.
A chemical that’s damaging to reproductive health is everyone’s concern.
When I think about the often traumatic health experiences we South Asian women have, I stop feeling the love for Jindal.
What do aspirin, field trips, and abortion have in common?
Living with a pro-voice solution is the only option for a lasting peace to the abortion war.
I am pro-choice and pro-life when it comes to abortion because while I believe in the right to choose, I don’t think I would have an abortion. But I have the luxury of this hypothetical exercise because of a decision the Supreme Court made 36 years ago.
The New York Times‘ lengthy feature on home birth; Frank Schaeffer’s open letter to Obama on how to sieze this moment to start healing deep political divisions about abortion; Feminists say the work has just begun; Migrant workers in Asia especially vulnerable to HIV/AIDS.
Have we reached a turning point during this election in the nasty wedge politics of abortion?; Women buying health insurance policies pay a penalty; Colorado personhood amendment could result in outlawing of contraception; Report cites HHS for “impermissible” grants to abstinence-only programs.
The Catholic hierarchy are opposing a pro-choice presidential candidate is nothing new — but this year, Catholics are talking back.