“Curiosity is a normal and great thing,” said sex educator Melissa Pintor Carnagey, “and through curiosity is an opportunity to learn and connect.”
In this excerpt from Choice Words, Annie Finch's anthology of abortion literature, author Nicole Walker contemplates the beauty—or lack thereof—in abortion.
In this excerpt from Choice Words, Annie Finch's anthology of abortion poems, stories, and essays, she reflects on how literature on abortion is necessary on both a personal level and a larger societal one.
I Know You Rider, which comes out May 5 through Drawn & Quarterly, chronicles a year in which the author has an abortion and explores themes of friendships, art, nature, and love.
This new miniseries—like elsewhere in mainstream conversations—oversimplifies the debate over the Equal Rights Amendment as a conflict between conservative housewives on one side and liberal feminists on the other.
A new site tells young people exactly how to navigate judicial bypass, the workaround for state laws that remove their bodily autonomy and agency.