Broadly Reproductive Justice
A Third of Young Adults Agree With AOC: Climate Change Affects Family Planning
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's comments about how climate change factors into people's reproductive choices upset some right-wing media outlets. But many young adults are already mindful of the environment when it comes to family planning.
NYC's Inaccessible Subway System Is a Reproductive Rights Issue
Malaysia Goodson fell to her death while carrying her child and a stroller on a subway staircase on Monday. Some advocates believe her death is an example of why access to public transportation is a reproductive right.
How Does the Annovera Contraceptive Ring Actually Work?
The manufacturers of the new, long-lasting contraceptive ring Annovera argue that the device, which is self-insertable and can be worn internally for up to a year, will revolutionize birth control for low-income women.
How Justice Kennedy's Retirement Could Spell Doom for Abortion and Gay Rights
President Donald Trump could appoint a conservative Supreme Court Justice keen on overturning landmark rulings.
There's Always a New, More Extreme Abortion Ban Around the Corner
This week, Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant signed a 15-week abortion ban into law. It's been called the "most restrictive in the nation"—but other states are already in the process of passing even harsher restrictions.
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Yes, the Government Should Regulate Anti-Abortion Zealots Who Pose as Doctors
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a case that pits reproductive rights advocates against faith-based "crisis pregnancy centers," whose sole purpose is to talk women out of abortion, often through deceptive means.
Dumb Activist Behind Anti-Planned Parenthood Videos Charged with 15 Felonies
In obsessively—and unsuccessfully—trying to implicate Planned Parenthood in criminal activity, David Daleiden may have committed several serious crimes himself.
Letters from Women Pleading for Abortion, Sent in 1917, Mirror Emails Sent Today
In the early 1900s, desperate American women wrote letters to the founder of Planned Parenthood begging for help with unwanted pregnancies. A century later, they're sending eerily similar messages to an international abortion-by-mail service.
The Woman Who Raises Money to Fund Abortions
Brittany Mostiller, the director of the Chicago Abortion Fund, is working to make sure reproductive rights aren't just for those who can afford it.
What Women Do When They Can't Afford an Abortion
By restricting Medicaid coverage, the Hyde Amendment forces low-income women who need an abortion to find a way to come up with money that they just don't have.