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In 1973, Ms. magazine published a haunting photo of a woman named Gerri Santoro, who'd died of a back-alley abortion. At the time, no one could have predicted what an impact it would have on the pro-choice movement.
On November 27, 2015, after months of politically-motivated, baseless attacks on Planned Parenthood, a man opened fire on a clinic in Colorado Springs. Eleven months later, the providers in the state are working harder than ever to ensure that women...
In 2015, a radical anti-abortion group tried to establish a headquarters in a vacant house next door to the only remaining abortion clinic in Montgomery, Alabama. Their plan backfired—and the building is now a safe haven for patients and pro-choice...
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The stigma against trans men's health, coupled with misinformation, makes attaining adequate care incredibly difficult. We talked to trans guys and leading health experts to unpack the status of this under-researched issue.
While some states include accurate abortion information in high school sex education programs, the majority of states do not mandate that schools address the topic—and some even ban discussion or teach that abortion is murder.
In Ireland, abortion is forbidden in nearly all circumstances—including if the fetus has a fatal genetic condition. Under this dehumanizing law, Claire Cullen-Delsol was forced to continue her pregnancy despite knowing the child would die after birth.
Miriam Zoila Pérez on her activism, her work as a doula who helps women with both giving birth and abortion, and the way in which systemic racism affects the pregnancy experiences of women of color.
NARAL president Ilyse Hogue on her years of fighting for reproductive rights, the radical importance of speaking out about abortion, and the fallacy of family planning as a "women's issue."