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.
Given what we now know about the health dangers of hormonal birth control, making it available without a prescription is a troubling public health policy driven by politics, not science.
In making access the measure of scrutiny for abortion regulations, the Supreme Court has made it nearly impossible to enact the kind of consumer protections that apply to all other industries.
Insisting hormonal contraceptives are health care is at the heart of the federal government’s case against the Little Sisters of the Poor. But hormonal contraceptives lead to worse health for women.
Today 450 bipartisan lawmakers are filing a brief with the Supreme Court asking it to refuse to upset abortion jurisprudence to threaten women’s health.
Planned Parenthood’s business model requires it to push abortion on its poorest customers. Republicans in Congress owe it to women to direct Title X family planning funding elsewhere.
What should cause more concern: something that happens at an alarming frequency among a small population or something that happens infrequently among a massive population?
Two documentaries—one released in 2007, one in production now—have inspired debate over whether modern medicine treats women’s biology as a disease to increase profits.
Planned Parenthood doesn’t really care about women’s health. It cares about abortion.
Vox claims that if Planned Parenthood were to be defunded, many women would lose access to health care. But they’re wrong.
A new poll shows that a majority Americans who are aware of the undercover Planned Parenthood videos oppose the organization.
We all know the Civil War wasn’t really fought over states rights. And abortion isn’t about “women’s health care.”
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