Like so many mainstream feminists, Wolf seems to view abortion as intrinsic to and inseparable from feminism. That’s inaccurate, to say the least.
As with much media coverage of the Trump administration, The New York Times’ extremely negative story elided crucial facts, was based on anonymous sources, and contained false information.
Ireland’s vote leaves many across the country and the world wondering what comes next, and what this means on a practical level for the Irish people.
Given the Women’s Care Center’s history with South Bend, one would be less likely to think its efforts to serve pregnant women and their babies would be thwarted by its own mayor.
While she masqueraded as an advocate for a health-care provider, Cecile Richards’ Planned Parenthood model made abortion non-negotiable to its deadly business. That came at a cost.
A powerful amicus brief seeks to bring humanity to a complex legal question about free speech overlaid with the also-controversial issue of abortion.
Lena Dunham’s story should bring forth compassion. This is the story of a 31-year-old woman who has longed to bear children for more than half her life.
When will feminists learn that getting naked doesn’t get them even — either with men, or with thin people? Why do they insist stripping is dignifying?
The largely ignored findings run completely afoul of today’s narrative about how abortion is a benign, safe procedure that represents the pinnacle of female empowerment.
If organizers want to talk about reproductive rights, they need to address the widespread but completely neglected issue of pregnancy loss.
If Serena Williams hadn’t been famous, and especially if she were in an inner-city or rural hospital, she may never have returned home with her daughter.
Danish researchers have found there are approximately 13 additional breast cancer cases for every 100,000 women who use hormonal contraception for one year.
The pill was introduced nearly 60 years ago. Why are we only now beginning to document some of hormonal birth control’s serious side-effects?
We should be able to speak with one voice on this: Women and girls everywhere deserve basic human rights and to be free from violence and exploitation.
For moral reasons, individuals and organizations have sought for years to avoid funding contraceptives. Now states are suing so they also don’t have to pay for contraceptives.
The United Nations and the World Health Organization have called for abolishing female genital mutilation. No religion or cultural arguments can justify it.
If the Kardashians truly cared about educating people about Planned Parenthood, they would have addressed the abortions Planned Parenthood performs every 90 seconds.
I wonder if the women using the #Fight4BirthControl hashtag understand how the contraception mandate works. Or how insurance works. Or birth control itself, for that matter.
Fertility awareness has empowered me, and thousands of other women, to take control of our fertility. Unlike contraceptive drugs and devices, they are side-effect-free and can even provide health benefits.
Adults need to reinforce to teens that our bodies and hearts are connected. The entire package should be treasured and safeguarded.
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