Apparently, “abortion” is like talking about Jesus or the Buddha — forbidden, as though it’s a form of proselytizing, instead of a fundamental healthcare option.
Charlie O’Donnell tells it like it is.
How can we shame women for getting abortions when men aren’t participating in preventing unwanted pregnancies?
Trump’s recent comments about abortions aren’t as surprising when looked at in the context of the Republican party’s treatment of women.
She hits him where it hurts — in the ideology. On women who exercise their reproductive rights, “they should be punished,” he said.
The Republican presidential platform was built on a specific brand of Christianity. Where did it come from and how did it happen?
No matter how casually you treat the sexual act, you and your life (and the lives of your partners) are worth more than that.
Quentin Lucas discusses the value in abortion jokes.
Is it finally time to Call Joshua Feuerstein out for his hypocrisy?
Jody Allard lays down the Republican party’s obsession with controlling women’s bodies.
3. The Pro-Life Position Feels Disingenuous to Many People.
Why marrying a feminist man was the best decision I ever made.
Tillie Adelson describes how the most recent season of “Girls” actually has a lot to say to men.
Knowledge enlightens and empowers people and is an essential building block of civilization. Censorship prevents knowledge and narrows the mind.
Tony Abbott makes a poor choice for Australia’s Minister for Women, even if he is the Prime Minister.
“Empathy and good feelings can make the Internet a better and safer place for everyone,” writes N.C. Harrison.