women's rights

Vice News Tonight

How Two Sisters Pulled Off a Daring Escape From Saudi Arabia

“I know that Saudi Arabia will try to send us back, 100%.”
Gianna Toboni
Ana Sebescen
8.31.19
VICE News Tonight on HBO

It Took a Protest at the Husband’s House to Get a Jewish Woman Her Divorce

Jill Robinson had been waiting for her “get” for over a decade, trapped and unable to move on with her life.
Lindsay Van Dyke
Jaclyn Skurie
8.22.19
women's health

Clinics Are Facing an Impossible Choice Because of Trump's 'Gag Rule'

Family planning clinics that take Title X funding are banned from referring patients for abortions.
Carter Sherman
8.21.19
title x

Planned Parenthood May Lose Tens of Millions in Funding on Monday Thanks to the Trump Administration

The organization will be forced to leave the only federal program dedicated to family planning.
Carter Sherman
8.14.19
E-girls

The E-Girl Community Is a World of Glittery Pink Clouds, Harassment — and Now Murder

For many e-girls, Bianca Devins' death hit way too close to home.
Tess Owen
7.19.19
abortion bans

No U.S. Court Has Upheld Laws That Would Essentially Ban Second-Trimester Abortions. Until Now.

Oklahoma's D&E ban has been blocked since 2015. Similar laws have also been blocked in states like Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Kentucky and Texas.
Carter Sherman
7.12.19
Abortion Rights

The Supreme Court Won’t Bring Back an Alabama Abortion Ban

It’s a signal that the justices won’t leap at just any chance to carve away at Roe v. Wade
Carter Sherman
6.28.19
women's rights

The Last Abortion Clinic in Missouri Could Be Closed By the End of the Week

“The terrifying reality is that access is hanging on by a thread with a narrowing timeline.”
Carter Sherman
6.24.19
women's rights

Female Genital Mutilation Is Happening in the U.S. These Survivors Are Fighting to Stop It.

A national ban on the practice was struck down, and Trump's DOJ isn't defending it.
Milena Mikael-Debass
6.4.19
women's rights

Inside #FutbolFemenino: Argentina's next battlefront for women's rights

As the national team heads to the Women’s World Cup in France next month, players throughout the country are driving an urgent conversation around Argentina’s favorite sport, and drawing in new fans as a result.
Natalie Alcoba
5.29.19
domestic violence

Mississippi Lawmaker Allegedly Punched His Wife Over Sex and Threatened to Kill a Dog

Politicians are pressuring State Rep. Douglas McLeod to resign.
Emma Ockerman
5.22.19
Abortion Rights

Extremists Are Winning the War on Abortion

The rise of the radical anti-abortion movement has transformed statehouses, courts, and the White House. Experts worry violence will follow.
Vegas Tenold
5.20.19
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