Women's Rights

France’s Senate has adopted a bill meant to enshrine a woman’s right to an abortion in the French Constitution, clearing a major hurdle.
More in vitro fertilization providers in Alabama have paused parts of their treatment after the state Supreme Court ruled that frozen embryos are legally considered children.
The player, Jennifer Hermoso, maintains that the kiss from Luis Rubiales was nonconsensual.
One commenter called the company "hypocrites" for participating “in the public humiliation of an abuse victim," a reference to actor Amber Heard.
Mifepristone, when combined with a second pill, has become the most common method of abortion in the U.S. and has been increasingly prescribed since Roe was overturned.
The Taliban has banned women from attending universities — so they've started a movement.
The extreme restriction will also further pad Gov. Ron DeSantis' anti-choice record ahead of his potential 2024 presidential run.
“When I see them, I feel that these mannequins are also captured and trapped, and I get a sense of fear,” said a woman shopper.
The minister of higher education in the Taliban government has broken his silence over his controversial decision to ban women from higher education.
An ambassador for the event dubbed homosexuality "damage in the mind."