Hunter Stuart traveled to Wisconsin to report on anti-contraception protests at family planning clinics that do not provide abortions… ever. Also watch Hunter’s video report.
The United Nations Population Fund reaffirms its commitment to finalizing international sexual education guidelines; efforts to correct misinformation campaign in health reform debates continue.
One should be concerned about the World Congress of Families, not just because of what they say, but because of what they do: influence domestic and international policy.
By turning any public policy matter into a question about trust and honesty, as they are now with health care reform, right-wing groups avoid any serious policy debate and damage their victims’ credibility.
The conflict between a faithful or religiously fundamentalist way of
life and secularism has emerged as an underlying theme of this year’s
World Congress of Families (WCF) being held this week in Amsterdam,
Republican Senate Candidate Tom McDowell wants to move the dial in Colorado Springs away from a social politics that puts abortion, gay rights and illegal immigration front and center.
Modern political history reveals that the roots of the evangelical “pro-life" movement come more from "segregation forever" than outrage in reaction to Roe.
Religious right, anti-abortion leaders ostensibly condemned Dr. Tiller’s
murder, but used his tragic death as a political platform to distort President Obama’s record on abortion and to spread misinformation about the issue.
Women and queers share common enemies, because we share the same goal: liberation from rigid sex roles and other oppressive restrictions on our lives.
"Quiverfull" author Kathryn Joyce talks to RH Reality Check about demographic dreams, ideals of complementarianism, and the "brutalizing aspect of being constantly in submission to your husband or father."