Women's Rights

A looming decision in a landmark court case could make Colombia the fourth Latin American nation to expand abortion rights in the past year.
Just a day after the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on S.B. 8, Ohio Republicans introduced a copycat bill to ban abortion at any point in a pregnancy.
The Taliban have said they want to form an inclusive, Islamic government. They have used violence in recent days against female protesters demanding equal rights.
Others are bombarding the site with things like Shrek porn.
These moms say their experiences with pregnancy, infertility, miscarriages, childbirth — and even parenthood — radically shaped their views on abortion rights.
"I had never fully understood the political reach of these abortion laws until I was fighting for my life and for the lives of my babies."
Women can continue to take classes, but not in a "mixed male and female environment," the acting education minister told a group of all-male "elders."
Texas wants to give individuals $10,000 if they successfully sue abortion providers and others who “aid and abet” an abortion after six weeks of pregnancy.
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case from Mississippi that could potentially roll back reproductive rights across the country.
Nearly every state in the U.S. has attempted to crack down on abortion access in recent months.
Gov. Kevin Stitt signed multiple bills making the medical procedure almost completely inaccessible in his state.
"Every day we live with the decision we made, one that was reached only after experiencing unimaginable grief."
Anti-abortion lawmakers are prepping for the possibility of life after Roe v. Wade.
Amid the Amy Coney Barrett hearings, the hashtag #ThanksPlannedParenthood trended on Twitter Wednesday.
Between the pandemic’s toll on mothers and the right’s assault on reproductive rights, the equality Ruth Bader Ginsburg fought for has never been more at risk.
“Your right to swing your arms ends just where the other man’s nose begins,” Ginsburg, who died Friday, wrote in the Hobby Lobby case on religious freedom.
Anti-abortion activist Abby Johnson was tweeting in defense of a system that would allow husbands to ultimately decide their wives' votes.
The "Legally Blonde" chanteuse's "Get It Girl, You Go!" is a politically charged melody that name-checks Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
The House passed a bill Thursday that would help revive the Equal Rights Amendment. Plus, there’s a new generation keeping it alive.
No other president has attended the March for Life.