Rush Limbaugh's anti-contraception tirade targeted a single woman. Would he have had done the same if Sandra Fluke had been married?
How, exactly, did she turn a relentless right-wing assault into a source of renewed political power for Planned Parenthood?
Bad things happen when laws to protect fetuses are turned against the women who carry them.
Catholic hospitals net billions in government aid. They should not be able to deny their employees contraceptive coverage.
Forcing the Komen reversal was huge—but it was a campaign born of outrage, not ambitious vision.
Margaret Sanger’s legacy continues to haunt debates about abortion and family planning.
With Karen Handel's resignation, online feminism's victory against the giant cancer charity is complete.
The controversy provided a long-overdue spotlight on the difference between feminism as a brand and feminism as a political movement.
Shouldn't it be obvious that birth control coverage is about women's health, not “religious freedom”?
In just two years, half the country’s states have passed extreme fetal-rights amendments.