Faced with polls saying that eight in 10 Americans think abortion should be legal when a pregnancy results from rape, anti-choice activists are actually pushing for more public discussion of the issue. It’s part of a long-term campaign to try to change Americans’ minds and to bring the country closer to banning abortion in nearly all cases.
As the anti-choice movement continues to try and push for more restrictions, it becomes even clearer that with them, being a victim of rape is no longer a valid reason to have an abortion.
In Mississippi, two ballot initiatives threaten the health and lives of women across the state, and the disenfranchisement of the largest bloc of voters in the state. A campaign based on a reproductive justice model can defeat both.
Is it a reminder for men to be responsible, or a call to ask them to force their partners to give birth?
Women of color are fighting a race- and gender-baiting campaign that attempts to drive a racial wedge in the pro-choice movement and a gender wedge in communities of color.
If the most dangerous place for a black baby is in a black woman’s womb, then how safe are black children in a black woman’s care?
BPA linked to polycystic ovary syndrome; anti-choice “Black Children Are An Endangered Species” campaign headed to California; Rep. Pence’s “No Title X For Abortion Providers” bill will increase abortions; and more.
Now that Radiance Foundation has blanketed Atlanta with their message, they think Milwaukee is the next logical city to settle in.
The group intends for its billboards to start the same media frenzy in Texas as they did in Georgia.
The same web site that claims reproductive health care providers lie to and manipulate women sends them to crisis pregnancy centers that provide inaccurate medical information.