No one's ever accused romance writers of truth in storytelling. But with all the nooky characters are having in these books, there should be more abortions and unintended pregnancies.
- A Love Letter to My Husband, an Abortion Warrior
- Why Are Some South Asian Immigrants Offering to Pay for Trump’s Wall?
- Romance Novels: Oodles of Sex, Some Birth Control, Way Too Few Pregnancies, and Even Less Abortion
- ‘Never a Good Time’: Graduate Students Fight for Parental Leave
- Hungry, Shackled, and Grieving: What Prison Is Like for Pregnant People
- Indiana Is Addressing Infant Mortality Using Fake Clinics
The lack of institutional support in American universities for new parents is especially cruel.
After social media trolls targeted her daughter’s disability, one advocate’s fight to right the wrong became a proxy fight over abortion care.
The president "cruelly" used the grief of two families "to manipulate and derail the conversation on immigration policy," explained the Black Alliance for Just Immigration in a statement.
Through a new app, the state department of health is using public funding to legitimize the services and programs of organizations that do not provide comprehensive health-care services and actually spread misinformation—while overlooking groups that do provide comprehensive care.
Teodora Vásquez was convicted of aggravated homicide in 2008 after she experienced labor pains while at work in a school cafeteria.