The VICE Guide to Right Now
South Korea Is Lifting Its 66-Year-Old Ban on Abortions
In a landmark ruling, a South Korean court has ordered lawmakers to revise the ban by the end of 2020.
Repeal the Eighth
People Are Traveling Across the World to Repeal Ireland's Abortion Ban
For some Irish people living abroad, the vote to repeal the Eighth Amendment is too important to miss.
Thousands in Poland Protested New Restrictions on Abortion
55,000 people took to the streets of Warsaw to demonstrate against the right-wing government's newest attempt to make it almost impossible for women to legally end a pregnancy.
Views My Own
Democrats Need to Change the Way They Talk About Abortion
The debate should be about more than simply being pro-life or pro-choice.
It’s Still Shockingly Hard to Get an Abortion in Much of America
The new documentary 'Abortion: Stories Women Tell' shows the difficulties involved in getting an abortion in America.
Thousands Protested Against a Proposed Abortion Ban by Waving Coat Hangers in Warsaw this Weekend
Karol Grygoruk, Words: Maciek Piasecki
The New Face of Anti-Abortion Protest in Canada
Say hello to the young people fighting Canada's emphatically pro-choice government.
The Women Forced to Perform DIY Medical Abortions in Ireland
'I felt like a creature the state didn't recognise as human.'
Women's Rights Activists Heckled an Anti-Abortion Rally in Glasgow Last Night
The religious right is picking a fight as powers over abortion are handed back to the Scottish Parliament.
The Prison Issue
How Personhood Laws Can Land Women in Court for Crimes Against Their Own Fetuses
Anti-abortion measures are putting women at risk of being charged with crimes against their fetuses, and rogue prosecutors can use their wide discretion to prosecute mothers with crimes beyond feticide or child abuse.
We Spoke to a Founder of #shoutyourabortion About Rejecting Shame
Amelia Bonow wants to reclaim the abortion conversation, and celebrate it as a right that she's thankful to have.
The Pussy Riot Column
Pussy Riot's Nadya Tolokonnikova on the Fight for Abortion Rights in Russia
The country's social conservatives say abortion must be abolished to increase the birth rate, but really they want to take control of women's basic biological functions.