Two days ago, the highest court in the land affirmed that a woman deserves compassion, respect, and dignity in making her own health decisions without needless barriers. In a decisive 5-3 vote on Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, the Supreme Court finally declared that the two Texas laws passed in the name of “women’s health” […]
Being pro-choice has been a major part of my identity for as long as I can remember.
There are five in Alabama. There are three in South Carolina. There is one in Mississippi. The number of abortion clinics, especially in the South, is dwindling. Clinics are quickly being shut down as new legislation that targets these facilities continues to pass.
I am a pro-choice clinic escort at the last remaining abortion clinic in the city of Toledo, the fourth most populous city in Ohio.
I wasn’t sure why, but tears started to form in my eyes, and I felt a kind of frustration deep in my stomach that I previously didn’t know existed. I was angry.
Why should young people care about the smear campaign threatening Planned Parenthood? Standing there, red-faced, I knew all the answers.
You’re a minor. You need an abortion. And you probably have a ton of questions. Here’s some answers.
We, as young feminists, must be involved in the fight for reproductive justice and combat the dangers of anti-choice extremists.
While Operation Save America is in Montgomery, Alabama, demonstrating against the only clinic left in the city, you are probably wondering what you can do to help make sure this clinic can continue operating. Here’s two easy ways to give!
It’s been 42 years since the Roe v. Wade decision and 42 years of protesting and counterprotesting. This year was no different, and I was thrilled to get to participate.