"I'm afraid of what could happen," Sonia Tábora told Rewire a few days before her trial last week. "I don't want to leave my son."
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‘When You Try to Stop It, Nothing Happens’: A Q&A on the History of Coerced Sterilization in California
"We should be critical about how we think of different groups and the way we justify treating different people," said Natalie Lira, one of the researchers urging California to pay reparations to the thousands of people coercively sterilized over the decades.
Understanding how the case of one Indiana woman—Idette Herron—helped another, Purvi Patel, win her freedom is essential if we are to fight back effectively against the assault on women’s reproductive health and rights.
Men need to show up at this week's Women's March on Washington, but not take center stage. Beyond the march, we need to make a consistent practice of acting in solidarity with the women in our lives and our world.
Integrating therapy, other services, or information into routine visits can make getting help easier and chip away at the stigma regarding postpartum depression.
“This bill intrudes on the doctor-patient relationship by requiring doctors to become investigators and patients their suspects, and it does nothing to address the root causes of gender discrimination and bias,” said Ashley Wright, public policy manager for Planned Parenthood Great Plains.