Mike Pence Wants To End Abortion In "Our Time" and reverse Roe v. Wade. Women stand to lose their reproductive rights and in many cases, their lives. This is an attack upon our equality, our freedoms, our gender.
The bill doesn't just pry into women's lives by asking why they are seeking an abortion, SB 1394 includes fear-mongering, emotional agony, and more paperwork for doctors, which could in turn make doctors not want to offer the service. It all seems like first steps in an attempt to quietly further the pro-life agenda.
“The Box” is a private space in a public area that supplies women with all they need to self-swab so they can be tested for cervical cancer for free. This incredible art meets medicine creation is not only empowering for women, but has the ability to save lives.
This excellent bill of health for 45 is just one more thing he sees as putting him in the very stable genius category, placing him on a patriarchal pedestal. Women are supposed to be 10s. Maintain. We have to try harder. We don’t get excellent bills of health.
There is no law dictating that the country has to be run by a revolting sex predator, and Trump can be taken down just as easily as Harvey Weinstein was. All it takes is for people to stand up and refuse to be complicit.
The GOP is planning an all out assault on women's rights, but they will not have the last laugh.
Because Republicans haven't politicized bathrooms enough already.
The "Heartbeat Bill" has been the dream of anti-women conservatives for decades.
House Republicans continued their assault on science this week and Democrats decided they weren't going to take it.
A prosecutor and jury in Indiana decided that 33-year-old Purvi Patel didn't simply have a still-born miscarriage. Instead, they charged that Patel induced labor and left the approximately 25-week fetus to die in a dumpster, and so she became the first American to be convicted and sentenced on charges of "feticide" -- a chilling law that could force women who have miscarriages, as Patel might have, into prison.
Republicans have managed to exactly duplicate their feat of shutting women out of almost every committee chairmanship.
The number of Republican women is now up to nine, apparently.
Renee Ellmers' dissatisfaction with how her remarks were reported has resulted in more of them being reported, which is a blessing for anyone who wants to know how transparently bad Republicans' strategy for women's outreach really is.
If the GOP doesn't quit right now they're gonna end up crashing on their libertarian bro’s couch on election night 2016.
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What the Republicans really need to convince women that they're not retrograde white men out to trample their sexual and reproductive freedom is strong words from a guy who believes that wives should submit completely to their husbands because the Bible says so. Cue Mike Huckabee.
Today on his radio show, Rush Limbaugh, who's been married four times and remains childless, insisted that the Democratic Party is turning women into "abortion machines." The discussion circulated around how, specifically, the GOP can pull an "I know you are but what am I" stunt to turn the "war on women" meme against the Democrats.