A new book examines parents attitudes about their own teens sexual behavior; the New York Times looks at the life of Mary Fisher, an HIV-positive mother of two who spoke passionately at the RNC convention in 1992; and scientists look at a new immune deficiency syndrome that is not contagious.
The official line from anti-choicers about “life” is slipping away more frequently, and the reality—that it’s all about controlling women’s sexuality—comes out more often. Even at an official “pro-life” event at the RNC, ugly sexism can’t be contained.
Well, we knew God was going to be responsible for the storm somehow.
The RNC is focusing on women during their convention. But some in the party think it’s the wrong kind of focus.
A day off may be what they need to get everyone on the same page.
Ask me no questions, I’ll tell you no lies…
Is the right about to have its first major splintering?
Which anti-choice RNC candidate is the most anti-choice? Also, out-of-network NICU’s, pregnant suicide attempt, and banning government funding of abortion. (After you ban it, ban it, and ban it again, doesn’t it get a little redundant?)
The DOJ sues on a FACE violation; SBA List wants a anti-choic-ier chairman of the RNC; Gardasil protects against anal cancer; and a place to vent your worst sex education advice.
A national day of protest in support of the exposed breast takes its show on the road to the Democratic National Convention. What about the Republicans though?