Abortion

Three people standing at the front of a room in front of the letters

A Weekend at Abortion Camp Offers a Glimpse Into the Future of Abortion Access A Weekend at Abortion Camp Offers a Glimpse Into the Future of Abortion Access

In the year after Dobbs, the movement has been operating in triage mode, and Abortion Camp was conceived as a conclave where activists could come together to have honest conversati...

Oct 26, 2023 / Rebecca Grant

Protestors demonstrate at the March for Reproductive Rights organized by Women’s March LA on April 15, 2023 in Los Angeles, Calif.

Stigma Makes Abortion Criminalization Possible Stigma Makes Abortion Criminalization Possible

A Nebraska mother and daughter were put behind bars for self-managing an abortion, but not because of what the law says is illegal.

Oct 4, 2023 / Elizabeth Ling

2024 Republican presidential candidates, from left, Asa Hutchinson, Chris Christie, former Vice President Mike Pence, Ron DeSantis, Vivek Ramaswamy, Nikki Haley, Senator Tim Scott, and Doug Burgum during the Republican primary presidential debate hosted by Fox News in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, US, on August 23, 2023.

Republicans Are Wrong on Abortion—and They Know It Republicans Are Wrong on Abortion—and They Know It

The GOP presidential candidates are trying really hard to confuse voters on abortion. But Americans are not buying it.

Aug 25, 2023 / Angela Vasquez-Giroux

Diedra Reese at a podium with a sign reading

Ohio Voters Protected Their Last Shot at Representative Democracy Ohio Voters Protected Their Last Shot at Representative Democracy

The defeat of Issue 1 is an unequivocal sign that Ohioans understood the connection between democracy and abortion—and that enthusiasm for abortion rights has not waned in the wak...

Aug 17, 2023 / Editorial / Amy Littlefield for The Nation

Six plaintiffs in Zurawski v. Texas stand in front of Texas's Travis County Civil and Family Courts Facility Under the court's name and seal.

Texas Is “Hell-Bent” on Preventing Pregnant Patients From Getting Life-Saving Abortion Care Texas Is “Hell-Bent” on Preventing Pregnant Patients From Getting Life-Saving Abortion Care

Hours after a Texas judge ruled in favor of expanding abortion access to patients facing life-threatening complications, the state appealed the decision, blocking it from taking e...

Aug 14, 2023 / Mary Tuma

My Breastfeeding Journey Would Not Have Been Possible Without My Abortions

My Breastfeeding Journey Would Not Have Been Possible Without My Abortions My Breastfeeding Journey Would Not Have Been Possible Without My Abortions

Society / August 2, 2023 My Breastfeeding Journey Would Not Have Been Possible Without My Abortions Because my abortions allowed me to become a parent when the timing was right…

Aug 2, 2023 / Nikiya Natale

Sen. Tommy Tuberville looks into the distance at the Capitol

Just Because Senator Tommy Tuberville Is Stupid Doesn’t Mean He’s Not Dangerous Just Because Senator Tommy Tuberville Is Stupid Doesn’t Mean He’s Not Dangerous

His comments on white nationalism spring from the desire for a Proud Boys army.

Jul 14, 2023 / Jeet Heer

Students for Life President Kristan Hawkins

The Anti-Abortion Movement Gets a Dose of Post-“Roe” Reality The Anti-Abortion Movement Gets a Dose of Post-“Roe” Reality

A year after the Dobbs decision, some leaders in the movement are contending with the fact that abortion bans are more unpopular, and far less effective, than they expected.

Jun 28, 2023 / Editorial / Amy Littlefield

Without Apology: Abortion in Literature

Without Apology: Abortion in Literature Without Apology: Abortion in Literature

Some of the most powerful, important abortion narratives show working-class women terminating their pregnancies without regret or anguish.

Jun 26, 2023 / Feature / Edna Bonhomme

In the Attacks on Trans Rights, We’re Seeing the Rise of a New Confederacy

In the Attacks on Trans Rights, We’re Seeing the Rise of a New Confederacy In the Attacks on Trans Rights, We’re Seeing the Rise of a New Confederacy

These legislative assaults constitute the spear tip of a nation within a nation, threatening the foundations of democracy.

Jun 26, 2023 / Feature / Nan D. Hunter

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