After the Isla Vista shooting last month, the connection between women and gun violence has been at the forefront of the media debate on gun control.
Don’t mess with Texas.
Let me say for the record that I’m that vegan everyone teases/hates when I go out with people to a party or even when we order lunch in the office. I can tell you 10 different ways a burger is bad for you without even getting into whether or not it came from McDonalds. But […]
The New Jersey State Senate took a major step forward today in its health care reform, approving a bill (S-788) that would restore almost $7.5 million dollars in family planning funds.
Well, the vote is in and it doesn’t look so good. As I mentioned in my previous blog, people in NC voted yesterday on a marriage ban. Last night the constitutional amendment that defines marriage as the legal union between a man and a woman passed. Amendment One, or the Defense of Marriage Act, not […]
Congress reconvened yesterday, just as many students headed back to school after their winter break. It’s the beginning of a very important election year and now more than ever, women’s voices need to be heard. Feminist Majority Foundation’s “Get Out Her Vote” campaign and your Campus Organizers can help your campus prepare for November 2012 […]
“God is not mocked! You will swim forever in a lake of fire! You are a murderer!” This voice overpowered the passing Ft. Worth traffic as I escorted a patient into a women’s clinic on October 22 this year. I stood directly in between the patient and the man, doing everything I could to conceal […]
The following blog post was written by Anneka Van Scoyoc from Queens University of Charlotte, North Carolina. She is currently an intern with the Feminist Majority Foundation’s National Clinic Access Project. A recent override of Governor Bev Perdue’s (D) veto on abortion legislation has made me reevaluate the “progressive” label I once gave to North Carolina. […]
At the end of last week, two bills were introduced to Washington State Legislature. These bills (Limited Service Pregnancy Center Accountability Act (SB 5274/HB 1366) both aim at regulating Crisis Pregnancy Centers/ Limited Service Pregnancy Centers throughout Washington. This is such an important step because Washington would be the first to have a state-wide ordinance […]