Fifty percent of low-income students of color are forced to wear pads and tampons beyond recommended use, according to the lawmakers.
These smartphone apps don't have to abide by HIPAA, meaning your reproductive and sexual health data could be vulnerable.
"I was taking for granted the fact that I was able to afford period products. I didn't realize there's so many people going without them."
Negative encounters with the health-care system are common among trans people. Research backs that up.
It's been over a decade since the Affordable Care Act mandated contraception access—and yet many people still struggle to get the birth control they need.
It cannot be that if a patient wishes to continue a pregnancy, then they are my patient, but that I should not care for them if they want an abortion.
In the post-Roe weeks, we’ve felt the love for abortion seekers in the Deep South. But will you still love us in the days, weeks, and months ahead?
Rewire News Group has been on the ground outside the Supreme Court to capture this pivotal moment in history.