Choice, freedom, and morality in the feminist language wars: If “choice” is problematic, then perhaps a better place to start is “freedom.”
Sarah Palin is rallying conservative women around the country to unify around her special brand of feminism. But it’s feminism’s cheap knock-off and it doesn’t exactly withstand the test of – well – anything.
Bristol Palin wants to be paid $30,000 to to talk about abstinence-until-marriage. Is it worth it? The answer is an unqualified and unmitigated “no.” Here are 10 other things to do with that money.
Governor Palin, I have a few questions for you. Is it hypocritical when feminists fight for sexuality education in the schools? Is it hypocritical when we fight for subsidized child-care, equal pay and funding for higher education?
It may look like a gossip mag, but today’s news roundup has gone totally Hollywood!
On this 37th anniversary of Roe, I call on us to transform this
conversation. I call on us to stand tall so that the provision of abortion services in the United States is a model of care for the rest of the world. I call on us to ask our patients not just to care about themselves–but, as we do, to care about the women who come after them.
When anti-choicers celebrate choice, in their disingenuous fashion, they give outsiders an easy opportunity for sacrifice-free moral self-righteousness.
After attacking James Dobson and Mitt Romney for not being anti-abortion enough, American Right to Life has set its sights on a new high profile target: ex-Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
Sarah Palin not “pro-life” enough for extremist anti-choice group. The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Rights brings progressive religious leaders to the Capitol to protest Stupak Amendment and lack of separation between Catholic Church and State.
Many normal, non-news-junky Americans might have missed that this is Levi Johnston, the young man lucky enough to impregnate the governor’s daughter– just before the governor became the vice-presidential nominee for the Republican part.