Two Editors on How to Make an Abortion Ban Funny
The cofounders of satire site Reductress talk about how they're capturing people's collective rage.
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Opinion: The U.S. Is About to Decide if LGBTQ People Truly Count as Citizens
In an exclusive op-ed, Congressman Joe Kennedy III explains why LGBTQ Americans need the Equality Act to pass.
Joseph Kennedy III
Reminder: Abortion Is Still Legal in Alabama
What the extreme legislation means for abortion rights in the state—and for Roe v. Wade.
Seven States Will Immediately Ban Abortion If Roe v. Wade Is Overturned
"Trigger laws" used to be rare—but in the last few months alone, they've almost doubled in number.
Abortion Bans Don’t Need to Go Into Effect to Cause Harm
Bans in Georgia and Ohio are unlikely to be enforced, but people are already confused about whether they can access abortion care there.
The Cruel Genius of Georgia's Abortion Ban
The six-week ban hides a personhood law within it—which means people could be prosecuted and sentenced to prison for miscarriages and even legal abortions obtained in another state.
Why We Should Stop Using the Phrase 'Women's Health'
It ignores all the other people—with or without a uterus—who have reproductive health needs.
Meera Shah, MD
After 46 Years, New York State Is Giving Women the Abortion Protections of Roe v. Wade
New York's outdated abortion laws got an update on the anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court case.
How the Midterms Could Bring New York's Abortion Laws in Line With Roe v. Wade
If Democrats gain control of the state senate tomorrow, the bill that fixes these outdated laws could finally get sent to the Governor’s desk.
Trump’s Latest Hire Could Dictate Where Women Get Their Healthcare
Mary Mayhew could block women from using their Medicaid insurance at reproductive health clinics for birth control and STD testing if the clinic also provides abortion.
15 Practical Questions About Getting an Abortion
From how much it costs to whether insurance covers it.
Nearly $1 Million Awarded to Trans Women Denied Surgical Care
Alina Boyden and Shannon Andrews of Wisconsin have just won an important battle in the fight for transgender health care protections.