Reproductive Health

The Comstock Act and the imminent threat of a national abortion ban looms over the courts and the 2024 presidential election.
“I was angry and ashamed of my reproductive organs. I’d once cheered for them. Now I wanted to shout at them.”
Only 15 states and Washington, D.C., have passed legislation to provide students with free access to menstrual products in schools.
The new law also aims to ensure access to gender affirming healthcare related to distress over gender identity that doesn’t match a person’s assigned sex.
The country faces a health care crisis where women and their babies are at risk of serious issues.
"I hadn’t told all my friends and family that I had been expecting. But now that something had gone wrong, I needed more support."
Politicians have treated Native communities like pawns in an attempt to control their reproductive health outcomes.
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Photos taken of pregnancy tissue removed from the uterus at four to nine weeks look nothing like the image anti-abortion activists would have you imagine.
Polycystic ovary syndrome is a condition caused by a hormone imbalance and impacts millions of people of reproductive age.