The closest clinic was more than 6 hours away, so this woman actually went to another state.
“The abortion industry is still doing abortions...we are not going away unless we’re banned."
People are losing their jobs. Students are leaving school. How will they access contraceptives?
Abortion pills have to be picked up in person at a clinic. Experts say that has to change during the coronavirus pandemic.
Anti-choice lawmakers are stalling emergency legislation.
"There was a huge table of protesters outside the clinic, trying to hand me flyers and rosaries and yelling at me."
“Right now, contraception for people with penises is covered. And for people with uteruses, it isn’t.”
The Supreme Court is hearing a case that could be devastating for Roe v. Wade. But there are other ways to expand abortion access.
The platform says the filter—a crown of abortion pill packs—is a violation of its policies.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam is expected to sign a bill overturning several anti-abortion laws. That's good news for people across the South.
There's only one clinic left in the state and people have to wait 72 hours before they can have an abortion—not including weekends or holidays.
Buying abortion pills online can be the most affordable way to get care. Waiting for them can be agony.