Join us in gearing up to fight even harder for women’s health and rights — right now, and for the next two years. Here are seven ways you can take action today. Hold Congress Accountable Help us hold members of the “lame duck” Congress accountable for heeding the message sent by women voters in th…Continue Reading
The Consequences of Interfering with Women’s Health: Governor Pat McCrory’s Approval Numbers Hit New Low
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory has hit a new low…literally. Governor McCrory’s approval rating has dropped into the 30’s, but is it really any surprise? McCrory has done his part to earn these low approval numbers. Whether it was signing into law one of the most severe voter-suppression bill…Continue Reading
Today, August 12, is International Youth Day, a day to recommit to investing in young people — and that includes making sure the global community is meeting the particular needs of the next generation. The statistics are clear: we have a lot more work to do. Around the world, pregnancy-related com…Continue Reading
Like any good Gynotician, Governor Nathan “Back Door” Deal just couldn’t resist using women’s health and safety as a political tool. Deal has made it clear that he won’t let a little thing like the democratic process stop him from restricting access to health care: after Georgia legislators rejected…Continue Reading
“Why do I not have a moral right and access to health care?” That’s the question on more than a few people’s minds, as conservative lawmakers continue their crusade to defund Obamacare. At a town hall meeting in North Carolina, Congressman Patrick McHenry was asked why he would vote to repeal and …Continue Reading
Republican lawmakers have relentlessly tried to repeal Obamacare — despite the fact that the health care law has already helped millions of women and families get the care they need, when they need it. Opponents of the law don’t care that you can no longer be denied insurance coverage because of a p…Continue Reading
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November 18, 2014
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November 13, 2014
Hey, Birth Control: Thanks a Bunch
November 12, 2014
Supreme Court Reopens Abortion Providers in Texas — For Now
October 17, 2014
I'm a Feminist and Proud of It!
Reductive attacks like the TIME poll (and those voting against the word “feminist") just proves how much we need feminism — and people who will stand up and fight for equality. Add your name if you're one of them!