Conservatives in Missouri are unsatisfied with the roughly 20 anti-choice restrictions they have to consider this session, so last week they added a few more to the mix.
- This Week in Sex: So You Won’t Use a Condom Because You Don’t Want to Throw It Away?
- Legislative Lowlights: Missouri Conservatives Won’t Stop Introducing Anti-Choice Restrictions
- The Birth Control Benefit Fight Is for the Fundamental Right of Agency Over Our Bodies
- 46 Years After ‘Roe’ and We’re Still Fighting. We Must Do Better.
Puh-leeze. This is not the time to reuse, reduce, or recycle.
Rather than continue to feel helpless about the situation we now find ourselves in, here are seven clear steps those of us working in the reproductive and sexual health, rights, and justice movement can take to strengthen our tactics and organizing.
"I think I gravitated toward family planning because even as a little kid in Colombia, I saw how unplanned pregnancies derailed people’s lives."
Michigan Republicans have pumped millions into Real Alternatives, which has used taxpayer money to pay for "ineffective advertising and pay increases for its executives," according to a watchdog organization.
The case is part of a well-coordinated effort to help conservative Christian groups ignore anti-discrimination laws.