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"Hold women harmless" means nothing when the incarceration of women is the natural result of the fetus-first policies anti-abortion activists champion.
The Supreme Court case Garza v. Hargan serves as a dangerous blueprint of what anti-choice idealogues have envisioned for pregnant minors.
Moving beyond a post-Roe world means centering Black women: to trust them and fund their work, and for white-led reproductive rights groups to step back.
We can’t bring bad abortion energy into 2022. So here’s my end-of-year list of Six Things You’ve Probably Been Doing That You Should Stop Doing.
These are some of the first victims of a war on pregnant people. It's a war that will end with mass incarceration, surveillance, and even death.
Ending abortion won't be enough for the anti-abortion movement. They'll want fertilized eggs, embryos, and blastocysts to have full constitutional rights.
All of the rights we consider normal are based on the 14th Amendment. Conservative Christian evangelicals have their sights on dismantling all of that.
The six-week ban is a wall against which lawmakers have been bashing their heads incessantly in the hopes that it will crumble. And it might.
Efforts to make getting an abortion a pain in the ass continue unabated in states like Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
We get it, Mississippi. You are dying to gut abortion access.
Trans and nonbinary folks already have a hard time accessing abortion care. Overturning Roe v. Wade will make it much worse.