“None of the princesses have ever been like ‘I HATE GUNS AND LOVE ABORTION AND BEING SUPRESSED AND HATE MY COUNTRY,’” Teigen responded.
The #Lysistrata2018 movement suggests that women refuse to date or sleep with men with anti-abortion views.
In an interview with reporters on Air Force One, President Donald Trump announced that he plans to declare his nominee to replace swing vote Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on July 9. When asked whether he would be asking candidates about their opinions on abortion rights, Trump stated, “That’s not a question I’ll be asking.” Trump vowed to appoint anti-abortion judges who would overturn Roe v. Wade while campaigning, and his list of nominees was assembled with the help of anti-abortion, conservative legal organization the Federalist Society. The Federalist Society is a nationwide organization of conservative lawyers who espouse conservative judicial philosophies.
Planned Parenthood's Dawn Laguens tells Glamour her own reproductive rights story, saying we must fight to protect abortion law and Roe v. Wade.
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The school district says the seх ed presentation, which included controversial anti-abortion videos showing the procedure in detail, was "completely inappropriate."
Voters in Ireland voted to repeal the country's ban on abortion, written into the constitution as its eighth amendment. Here are the best reactions on Twitter.
The Eighth Amendment of the Irish Constitution protects the right to life of the unborn in Ireland, except in those limited circumstances when the mother’s life is deemed to be at sufficient risk.
The people of Ireland voted in a historic referendum Friday to repeal a constitutional clause that created one of the world's worst anti-abortion regimes by giving a fetus the same rights as a woman. With 80% of the vote counted, 67.6% voted Yes in favor of repealing the constitutional clause, the Eighth Amendment, in a landslide win. The controversial Eighth Amendment, voted into the Irish Constitution in 1983, equates the life of a pregnant woman with that of an embryo or fetus and means abortion is illegal in Ireland, even where the pregnancy places a woman’s health at serious risk, in cases of rape or incest, or where the fetus is likely to die before or shortly after birth.
Irish citizens are flying home from around the world to vote in the referendum on whether to overhaul the legislation that currently outlaws abortion in almost all circumstances.
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A new report from the National Abortion Federation has found a spike in death threats against abortion providers since 2016. "I will blow you up," one protestor reportedly said.
The mainstream narrative around Latinxs and abortion goes something like this: Because most people within the Latinx community are deeply religious and have roots in countries with highly restrictive abortion laws, they will inevitably oppose a woman’s right to choose. For this story, Refinery29 spoke with several Latinas across the country who identify as pro-life to find out how they truly feel about abortion. What we found is that having a pro-life stance is an increasingly nuanced experience among young Latinas: Some want abortion to be completely illegal, others feel there should be exceptions, and there are those who feel lawmakers should be focused instead on making birth control accessible and childcare affordable.
In Ireland, women cannot obtain an abortion unless their lives are in immediate danger. Those who do undertake the procedure, including victims of rape and incest, risk facing up to 14 years in prison.
A new book by former Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards claims that Trump and Jared Kushner offered federal funding if the organization stopped providing abortion services.