Good abortion storylines should be judged by the degree to which they accurately reflect reality––politically inconvenient reality included.
The top-rated Netflix hit ‘Bojack Horseman’ tried to make art about abortion. Here are three reasons why it failed, and why that should encourage pro-lifers.
Advocates for abortion rights are too cissexist and heteronormative, says a new organization that intends to right this deep moral wrong. Oh, the irony.
The ability to tell one’s story is an indispensable part of emotional health. That includes men and women who have suffered from abortion, who shouldn’t be silenced.
A few women insist they’re proud to have killed the visible manifestation of the plain reality that they are mothers.
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