This group of pro-choice activists showed up on Saturday because we are tired of these so-called crisis pregnancy centers that continue to lie and shame women and families making important reproductive health-care decisions.
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Artist Sarah Winifred Searle's personal journey through diagnosis of a sexually transmitted infection, stigma, and treatment highlights the importance of accessible and affordable health care for all.
Before the Winston-Salem Journal published a five-part series on North Carolina’s eugenics program in 2002, few had ever heard of the issue of coerced sterilization in the state, even though it was hiding in plain sight.
To create sustainable change, we need to determine what kind of culture we want to live in as we break down the gender binary.
The bill's vague language could have prevented public universities from buying fetal tissue from suppliers who obtain it from those who donated it after having abortions, even if the researchers paid only a processing fee.