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Reproductive Rights news and analysis from The Nation
September 13, 2017
My Body, My Choice: Why the Principle of Bodily Autonomy Can Unite the Left
From disability rights to Black Lives Matter to the environmental movement, bodily autonomy can bring together disparate strands of the American left.
David M. Perry
July 21, 2017
Texas Made It More Difficult to Get an Abortion, and Teen Motherhood Increased
When reproductive-health services are cut, unintended pregnancies increase.
May 23, 2017
Trump Escalates the War on Women
Reproductive rights are not merely a women’s health issue—they are an essential component of economic health and security as well.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
May 3, 2017
The Fight Over Sexual Freedom
Geoffrey Stone’s book is a powerful reminder that the history of sexual equality is one of backlash as well as progress.
March 29, 2017
Demand for IUDs Has Skyrocketed Under Trump
Meet the women protecting themselves one (or two) presidential terms at a time.
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March 10, 2017
Rebecca Solnit: How Women Are Changing the World
An interview with the author and activist on feminism, Trump, and our exciting and horrifying moment in history.
March 9, 2017
This Is What Feminism Really Looks Like
Women of color, trans women, working women—the International Women’s Strike brought feminism of the 99 percent into the streets.
January 26, 2017
Yes, Tom Brady’s Friendship With Donald Trump Matters
Tom Brady needs to get a clue.
December 14, 2016
This Is What Could Happen to Reproductive Rights Under the Trump Administration
It’s going to be ugly.
December 14, 2016
What Happens When Zika Hits the Country With the World’s Strictest Abortion Laws?
Abortion is illegal in El Salvador—even in the midst of a public health crisis. But some feminists and doctors are fighting back.