The point that pro-choice state lawmakers want to make is this: Laws that attack men's reproductive freedom are seen as overstepping and unreasonable, but restrictions on women's reproductive health care are commonplace.
Clint Eastwood's historical drama Richard Jewell completely erases the anti-choice and anti-LGBTQ terrorism of the real Centennial Olympic Park bomber, Eric Rudolph.
Over the years, people in power have used “hysteria” to denigrate women’s bodies.
The real epidemic is the criminal way in which the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women has been historically overlooked.
“If [the personhood movement] succeeds, the people who get pregnant are going to lose their fundamental rights… to privacy, to equality, to due process of law.”
As the parent of a disabled child, I was appalled, but not surprised, that the president would use a child born prematurely as a political prop during his State of the Union address.