“I would not be surprised if these groups become more bold with Roe.”
As rubbish piles up on a vast dumpsite, the women who sift through it for their livelihood are suffering reproductive health problems that scientists say have been overlooked.
Avoiding data brokers and hostile doctors can be exhausting when you're seeking an abortion. But there are steps you can take to protect your privacy.
In a 113-page ruling, a federal judge attacked the ban's plan to turn ordinary people into what critics have called “anti-abortion vigilantes.”
Twenty people wanted abortions at a Fort Worth clinic. Only eight could get one, due to Texas' new abortion ban.
Abortions are still largely taboo in Pakistan. But that doesn't mean people aren't trying to get them—and some are even dying as a result.
“I have an IUD in my body right now that won’t let me have a baby and my conservators won’t let me go to the doctor to take it out," Britney Spears said Wednesday.
The costs of many fertility treatments are prohibitive—so some companies are stepping in to capitalize on those who can’t afford them.
Living with endo is already hard when you're a white cis woman. For LGBTQ people dealing with a "women's disease," it's especially painful.
In the Catholic-majority country, women who have an abortion can face six years in jail. The pandemic has made the problem worse.