Rewire News Group Staff
As Black women with endo, even taking a trip to the doctor’s office can lead to emotional anguish. Medical professionals have laughed at our pain.
A study explored the concept of missed period pills, which “bring down” a period when it’s late and someone doesn’t want to be pregnant.
These leaders are working to dismantle barriers to abortion access in Argentina, Kenya, Mexico, and the Global South.
The Supreme Court ruling on Tuesday puts abortion patients’ health at risk.
The We'll Hear Arguments podcast takes you inside the Supreme Court during oral arguments.
In Episode 4 of our podcast We'll Hear Arguments, hosts Jessica Mason Pieklo and Imani Gandy discuss who has standing to sue in the first place.
Episode 3 of the five-part Rewire News Group podcast We'll Hear Arguments introduces a new player in the Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade: the state.
Episode 2 of We'll Hear Arguments dives into the "balancing test" the Supreme Court used to answer this age-old question.
Season one of We'll Hear Arguments, a Rewire News Group podcast, brings to life the Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade.
Amid the pandemic, the uncertainty, and a racial reckoning, we told stories from the perspectives of people who've been impacted the most.
When it comes to anal sex, most people think of penetration. But there's much more to it.
Cleaning your toys is just basic hygiene: It helps extend their life and protect your health.
Before you select a sex toy, here's everything you need to know, courtesy of sex educator Cassandra Corrado.
The Supreme Court justice had so many bad things to say in a recent speech we could only react in GIFs.
Consent is ongoing. Contrary to what you may have been told, it’s OK to change your mind and speak up about it.
In the latest episode of You Deserve Good Sex, sex educator Cassandra Corrado guides you through your journey of rediscovery.
Onerous abortion restrictions leave care out of reach for many, particularly in the Midwest.
It can be hard work, but it’s worth it because you deserve good sex.
Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation tips the bench to a 6-3 conservative majority.
Improving sexual communication is key to having better sex and feeling empowered in your sex life.
There’s no such thing as a “new normal” when it comes to having sex, sex educator Cassandra Corrado says.
Lube can make every single sex act better. So why is there so much stigma?
The Senate Judiciary Committee is holding four straight days of hearings for the Supreme Court nominee.
There’s a lot at stake in this new Supreme Court term.
Prioritizing your own sexual pleasure starts with knowing what you like in bed—because you deserve good sex.
Boom! Lawyered kicks off its fifth season with hosts Jessica Mason Pieklo and Imani Gandy.
Tawny Newsome joins Caftan Chat With Imani Gandy to talk Breonna Taylor, Black Lives Matter, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and much more.
By no means should you accept pain or discomfort as part of a normal sex life.
Confusion around the medication and needless restrictions around access have made self-managed abortions difficult.
These stories from doctors, patients, and funding providers show how insurance bans like the Hyde Amendment are discriminatory and devastating.
Everything from reproductive freedom and immigration reform to the Affordable Care Act and anti-discrimination laws are in peril.
You can minimize the potential dangers of showing off your goods with a few ground tools and having the right tools at your disposal.
Blue balls certainly sound painful. Sex educator Cassandra Corrado sets the record straight.
"She made room for future lawyers like me who seek to dedicate their legal career to work that lifts the metaphorical 'knee' off of the necks of the most vulnerable among us."
The good news is that most people will still have birth control after this decision because most employers want to cover it.
Four activists explain how the prison industrial complex and law enforcement put sex workers in danger.
"Birth control is preventive health care, and it should be treated as such."
Boom! Lawyered podcast hosts Jessica Mason Pieklo and Imani Gandy break down the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that favored the nuns in Little Sisters of the Poor v. Pennsylvania.
"I was not asked a single question at the oral argument that I was not prepared to answer."
Boom! Lawyered hosts Jessica Mason Pieklo and Imani Gandy discuss Monday's abortion rights victory at the Supreme Court.
What is especially disgraceful about this latest assault on reproductive rights is that we ended up where we started.
Dr. Diana Wu, a fellow with Physicians for Reproductive Health, answers questions about reproductive and sexual health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"The effect [of the COVID-19 outbreak] on people accessing abortion care is considerable, especially in those states that have limited access."
Abortion has largely been ignored in the Democratic presidential primary debates. The Rewire.News staff has questions for Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders that will give voters insight into where they stand on reproductive rights.
In March, Rewire.News immigration reporter Tina Vasquez visited the First United Methodist Church of Germantown in Philadelphia to witness Clive and Oneita Thompson and Suyapa Reyes prepare for their monthly fundraising dinner, the proceeds of which help them cover their monthly expenses while taking sanctuary at the church to avoid deportation. Vasquez was joined by […]
In September, journalist Mary Annette Pember visited Madeline Island, the largest of the Apostle Islands located in the Wisconsin area of Lake Superior, to learn more about the Madeline Island Jingle Dress Project ahead of Treaty Day. On that day, real-life jingle dress dancer Fawn Youngbear-Tibbets of the White Earth Band of Ojibwe operated a 12-foot jingle dress […]
Working in the news industry can feel pretty traumatic these days. Here's how we're coping.
ABC-affiliated Iowa television station WOI-DT posted the shocking exchange of Democratic state Rep. Mary Mascher (Iowa City) questioning Republican state Rep. Shannon Lundgren (Peosta) over the lack of a rape exception in an extreme anti-choice piece of legislation commonly known as a heartbeat ban. This follows on the heels of the Iowa Senate passing what amounts to a […]
"I’m here today to make a promise: Every time someone brings up my family’s story, I’m going to use it to lift up the story of your families and your communities."
And what gave us joy and food for thought includes a podcast by two girlfriends, a comic featuring a lie-detecting cat, the autobiography of a Black radical, a Mexican cookbook, and media about women in sports.