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The Women's March Just Compared Itself to... the Hong Kong Protests?
Organisers say they want the annual demonstration to be more than just a march next year.
The 2010s Made Sex Political Again
Sex positivity was the pervasive message at the start of the decade. Then things got more complicated.
The AOC Bump Is Giving Democratic Insurgents a Fighting Chance
The new class of Democratic primary challengers is in a better position than Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was at this point in her race – thanks in large part to her victory.
DIY Rape Kits Are a Terrible Idea, Says Basically Everyone
Legal experts and advocates say evidence from an at-home rape kit wouldn't be admissible in court.
Trump's Anti-Abortion Rules Have Sent Two NYC Clinics Scrambling
In a state that's done the utmost to protect against Trump's attacks on abortion, clinics are still on the verge of closing.
I Learned How to Do an Abortion on a Papaya
Papaya workshops have become a popular way to demystify and destigmatise abortion.
Anti-vaxxers Stole 'My Body, My Choice' from the Abortion Movement
The problem is, deciding whether or not to vaccinate isn’t a personal choice – it’s a matter of public health.
Joe Biden Wagged His Finger At Me When I Asked Him About Abortion
The story behind the viral Twitter photo.
Reminder: Abortion Is Still Legal in Alabama
What the extreme legislation means for abortion rights in the state – and for Roe v. Wade.
The Rise of the Minimalist Skincare Routine
Fatigued by multi-step regimens and lackluster results, some people are dramatically scaling back how many skincare products they use.