Many moons ago, I was the girl who knew I wasn’t ready for a child. I was on birth control, but I wanted a more long-term method of contraception because I knew children weren’t going to be in the forecast for a long time (if ever). People always say, “Just take birth control, just do … More Abortion Rights Matter, Especially For Us Who Haven’t Needed One
I wonder how many people have to die before people realize words have power. How many mothers, fathers, unarmed civilians have to die before people understand that some rhetoric isn’t just inflammatory, it’s lethal? I’m convinced that as long as domestic terrorists are sad white men using guns, the GOP won’t be too worried about … More “No More Baby Parts”
Dear Bristol Palin, Our lives couldn’t look more different. You grew up in Alaska, I grew up in Mississippi. We both grew up as Christians; you became a vocal advocate for Christianity and the pro-life movement while I am a liberal, agnostic student who is outspokenly pro-choice. You’ve cultivated a career out of encouraging abstinence … More A Letter to Bristol Palin
The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans, Louisiana ruled to uphold a Texas law which requires abortion clinics to meet the standards of outpatient surgical centers. This means abortion clinics must meet numerous structural requirements, rooms and doorways must meet a minimum size and all doctors must have admitting privileges at local hospitals. … More The 5th Circuit Court Upheld Strict Texas Abortion Law, but What Does this Mean for Women?