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Texas crisis pregnancy centers exposed

Tweet If you follow Feministing, you probably know about crisis pregnancy centers. We’ve written on numerous occasions about these facilities run by anti-choicers that usually disguise themselves as health care facilities but serve the purpose of preventing folks facing unintended or unwanted pregnancies from accessing abortion services. Their coded language can be hard to distinguish even [...]
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Why is the Obama administration still funding anti-gay, anti-choice conservative religious groups?

TweetOver at The Nation, Andy Kopsa has a damning long-read about how the Obama administration is still funding anti-gay, anti-choice conservative religious groups–despite the President’s promises that, under his watch, tax payer money wouldn’t go towards groups that discriminate, proselytize, or are just plain ineffective.  Tweet
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Google is cracking down on deceptive crisis pregnancy center ads

TweetThis is great news: Google is removing Web search ads for some “crisis pregnancy centers,” after an investigation by NARAL Pro-Choice America found evidence that the ads violate Google’s policy against deceptive advertising. “We have no problem with crisis pregnancy centers advertising online; we have no problem with their existing,” said Illyse Hogue, president of [...]
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Maps of the Day: Texas’ abortion clinics vs. crisis pregnancy centers

TweetHere’s a sobering visual of the state of abortion access in Texas via RH Reality Check. According to Whole Woman’s Health, a group of reproductive health centers in Texas, here are all the crisis pregnancy centers in the Lone Star State. There are at least 108. Looks like you can’t throw a stone without hitting a facility looking [...]
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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

Tweet#fuckcispeople is trending on Twitter. Read it. The Ohio “heartbeat” bill to ban abortion after six weeks is back. Dream Defenders leave capitol: “our work has grown too big for these halls.” A NARAL intern went undercover at a crisis pregnancy center. Six facts about Harriet Tubman that have nothing to do with Russell Simmons. [...]
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