Republicans and anti-choice activists are enraged that Planned Parenthood wasn't left to falter in the economic catastrophe brought by COVID-19.
SPECIAL REPORT: COVID-19
In the weeks and months to come, the coronavirus outbreak will affect every aspect of our lives, likely in ways we can't yet imagine. But the need for accurate, timely information about reproductive and sexual health-care issues, including abortion care and birth control access, is more vital than ever.
The Jazz Birth Center of Manhattan was born out of an urgent need for low-risk pregnant people to have options outside of giving birth in a hospital.
Doing away with abortion rights during the COVID-19 pandemic, like many abortion restrictions, is overwhelmingly unpopular.
"You can’t wait one week, two weeks, five weeks. You’ve got to do it right then. It’s got to be accessible."
What You Need to Know About COVID-19 and Reproductive Health
We cannot fully build families and determine the direction of our own lives as long as the floor can be yanked out from underneath us.
How can a person parent their children in a safe and healthy environment if they don’t have stable housing?
The racist Helms Amendment effectively allows our country to control the health care and bodily autonomy of Black and brown people around the world.
Monday's ruling could be the first step in making medication abortion easier—and safe—to access.
The far-reaching impact of people putting off health care, like routine Pap smears, during the pandemic is unclear.
"It dawned on me that if there ever was a time to put myself, my needs, and my happiness first, it was this moment."
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"Those who were most marginalized before this are being hit the hardest now."
Advocates Fear Another Devastating Impact of COVID-19: More Forced Pregnancies and Reproductive Control
Black, brown, Indigenous, disabled, and low-income people have historically been victim to state-sanctioned forced sterilizations and reproductive coercion.
The pandemic has "really laid bare the fiction" that physical clinics are needed to safely provide abortion services.