We take a look back at the year of COVID-19 and its impact on abortion, sex, power, and parenthood.
Reproductive Health Care and Access During a Pandemic
During a global pandemic, the need for accurate, timely information about reproductive and sexual health-care issues, including abortion care and birth control access, is more vital than ever.
Covering the Supreme Court these last four years has been a real roller coaster.
Amid fears of COVID-19, birthing centers have been filling a critical need for community-based care.
While Mitch McConnell was busy getting Trump judges approved, the Senate did nothing to protect people from the ravages of a global pandemic.
More on COVID-19 and Reproductive Health
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The maternal health crisis and COVID-19 pandemic have reinforced the silencing of Black women’s pain—by the very people whose jobs it is to provide care.
And if you're a Black or brown person, well, we're screwed.
Sex workers are still doing in-person work despite the risks—and relying on their tight-knit community more than ever to survive.
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Disability rights have traditionally been considered a bipartisan issue. Swift and significant action will undo the damage of the last four years.
Pregnant people can get abortion pills at the pharmacy. Alito wants to make it impossible for them to do that.