As a journalist who covers gender and sexuality, I get unhinged emails about sex all the time. Welcome to the greatest hits.
A report from the Center for Countering Digital Hate said Google had profited from adverts placed for so-called “crisis pregnancy centres” alongside searches for terms like “abortion clinic near me.”
Experts have raised concerns after VICE News revealed a charity with connections to so-called “crisis pregnancy centres” was awarded an NHS contract at a London abortion clinic.
Exclusive: Users were directed to “crisis pregnancy centres” affiliated with anti-abortion networks for antenatal, carer and mental health support.
Justyna Wydrzynska is the first activist to be convicted under Poland's anti-abortion laws, which are some of the strictest in Europe.
Groups are hiring new staff and amping up efforts on social media to try and reach a new generation online.
Madolline Gourley said she was asked whether she’d had an abortion after being detained at LAX in June. Customs and Border Protection officials have now told her asking travellers about "termination of pregnancy" is in line with their policies.
“I feel strongly that I was a victim of a law that harms women,” Andrea Prudente told VICE World News, as she launched a legal challenge against Malta's total ban on abortion.
“All of a sudden, we have to say, ‘I would do this in a heartbeat if I could—but I can’t.’”
In states with partial or total abortion bans, providers are facing threats and patients are struggling to access potentially lifesaving care.
A link for antenatal classes led to a directory providing counselling to “victims of abortion” from a British group.
We asked the US State Department and other foreign offices why they warn travellers about petty crime or terrorist activity in other countries but provide zero information on whether abortion is legal in their destination.