What's at stake at the Supreme Court starts with abortion—and ends with voting rights, marriage equality, and so much more.
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Being an abortion counselor has taught me the importance of having more candid conversations about abortion that center bodies and lived experiences.
What happens in Texas will almost certainly not stay in Texas. That's why our work to stop these attacks on abortion cannot stop at our state's borders.
I grew up in the religious right and have seen firsthand how rallying against abortion became a winning strategy for conservatives.
"It’s not coming from the perspective that there is something wrong with how autistic people communicate or socialize.”
There are still over 311,000 women in Alabama who continue to lack reasonable access to contraception.