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No, a Study Didn’t Find That Birth Control Pills ‘Shrink’ People’s Brains
Even the author of the study said headlines about it were "a leap."
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The First Study on 'Abortion Reversal' Landed Three Women in the ER
Anti-choice advocates claim medication abortions can be “reversed” halfway through. But not completing the abortion pill regimen can be life-threatening, according to new research.
What Everyone's Calling 'Emotional Labor' Is Actually Just Labor
Calling holiday planning "emotional labor" can be counterproductive to recognizing housework as labor.
The Women's March Just Compared Itself to...the Hong Kong Protests?
Organizers 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.
A New Anti-Abortion Bill Could Require Death Certificates for Fertilized Eggs
A Pennsylvania bill would redefine fetal death to mean at any point in pregnancy, starting at conception.
Women Aren't in the Constitution. What Would Change If They Were?
The Equal Rights Amendment could have a "tremendous impact" on how women are treated under the law, experts say.
The Other 2020
How a 26-Year-Old Activist Forced the Democratic Party to Get Serious About Climate Change
Sunrise Movement leader Varshini Prakash said the group’s greatest success has been getting away from the ‘pathetic incrementalism’ that’s shaped the climate debate.
Virginia Could Become a 'Safe Haven' for Abortion Access in the South
After regaining control of both chambers of the state legislature, Virginia Democrats can undo decades of anti-choice laws.
This Hidden Rule Could Make It Impossible to Fight an Abortion Ban in Court
Buried inside a new Supreme Court case is a "wrecking ball" that could devastate abortion access.
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.
More People Are Starting to Prefer Managing Their Abortions on Their Own
And it's not just because of restrictive state laws.