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Roe v Wade at 40

Roe v Wade at 40

This month marks the 40th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade ruling, and TIME‘s recent article, “What Choice? Abortion-rights activists won an epic victory in Roe v Wade. They’ve been losing every since” makes some disturbing points.… Read more
More: Population, Nature and What Women Want

More: Population, Nature and What Women Want

Before I read More: Population, Nature, and What Women Want, I had to admit I was somewhat skeptical. Let’s face it: any man that says “What Women Want” in the title of his book opens himself up to all sorts of cynicism.… Read more
Dodged Electing a Personhood President!

Dodged Electing a Personhood President!

First, hats off to reproductive rights supporters who won last night! If we had elected a “personhood” President, there would be cause for great concern.  While personhood and abortion were hot issues during the campaign, one aspect related to both that didn’t seem to come up like it could of, at least in my observation…  … Read more
Stubborn Stigmas Preventing Full Reproductive Freedom

Stubborn Stigmas Preventing Full Reproductive Freedom

As Election Day approaches, Roe v Wade remains the law of the land, but with a Republican victory and an aging Supreme Court…… Read more
An Inconvenient Abortion Truth

An Inconvenient Abortion Truth

On August 28th, the 2012 We Believe in America Republican Platform was approved. It supports a human life amendment to the Constitution, which would ban all abortions, even in the case of incest and rape. The problem with this part of the platform is… Read more
The Moral Property of Women: A History of Birth Control Politics in America

The Moral Property of Women: A History of Birth Control Politics in America

This book is a revised and updated version of historian Linda Gordon’s 1976 classic Woman’s Body, Woman’s Right. The new work is a comprehensive history of birth control and reproductive rights in the U.S. Gordon’s works from the premise that all developments in the area of birth control, even those that seem purely technological, are inherently political.… Read more