reproductive rights


People in the US Are Already Dying From Being Denied Abortions

A new study is a reminder of the serious consequences of restricting abortion access.
Kimberly Lawson
a day ago

Reminder: Abortion Is Still Legal in Alabama

What the extreme legislation means for abortion rights in the state – and for Roe v. Wade.
Marie Solis

The Truth About the 'Pope Rule' and the Seven Day Contraceptive Pill Gap

Was it really to appease the Pope?
Corissa Hollenbeck
What If

What Would Happen in the Minutes and Hours After the Supreme Court Overturned Roe v. Wade?

From cops forcibly closing abortion clinics to "abortion tourism," the country could change overnight.
Allie Conti
Repeal the Eighth

Ireland Has Voted to Legalise Abortion

In a stunning victory for reproductive rights, the Irish public has chosen to repeal the Eighth Amendment – meaning that for the first time ever, abortion will be legal in the country.
Sirin Kale
Repeal the Eighth

I Was Forced to Carry an Unviable Pregnancy to Term; This Is My Diary

When doctors told Claire Cullen-Delsol that her pregnancy wasn't viable due to a chromosomal disorder, she requested a termination – but was denied it under Ireland's abortion laws. She documented her experiences in a diary, which she shares here.
Claire Cullen-Delsol
Repeal the Eighth

What It's Like to Travel to a Foreign Country for an Abortion

Every year, thousands of Irish women travel to the UK to access safe and legal abortion. These are their stories.
Not At Home
editors letter

Do the Right Thing and Repeal Your Anti-Abortion Law, Ireland

This week, as the public votes on whether to keep the Eighth Amendment, Broadly is centring the lives of Irish women affected by the ban.
Zing Tsjeng
Lindsay Schrupp

Trans Teens and Adults Still Face Unanswered Questions About Fertility

Doctors still don't know exactly how hormone therapy affects egg or sperm production.
Keren Landman

Portraits of Women on Strike Against Poland's Ban on Abortion

Women from all over the country skipped work or school and went on a general strike to oppose the complete ban on abortion.
Karol Grygoruk

Thousands Protested the Crackdown on Women's Rights in Poland Again on Saturday

Under a new proposed bill, women who have an abortion could face up to five years in prison.
Karol Grygoruk, words by Katarzyna Stupnicka

Photos from the London Protest Against Poland's Restrictive Abortion Laws

In Poland, terminations are about to be made illegal in almost all circumstances. We met the protestors taking a stand in London this weekend.
Mary McGill; photos by Jake Lewis