In North Carolina, lawmakers are pushing a bill that would allow any boss to decide if employees can access affordable birth control, rolling back the clock on decades of progress. So women’s health advocates showed up to protest the bill dressed in retro attire. Their mantra? “We like watching Mad Men but we don’t want to live in it.”
New research shows that migration increases autonomy and prosperity for the majority of adolescent girls in developing countries.
This feminist prank story has an awesome feel-good ending.
No, Congressman, legalized abortions don’t cause school shootings.
What do actual *teens* think about access to emergency contraception?
In the wake of Angelina Jolie’s revelation that she had a preventative double mastectomy, s.e. smith writes about having the same genetic mutation but being unable to afford the procedures Angelina had.