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Just A Reminder

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On October 19, 2011

In theory, increased access to contraception could provide common ground between supporters and opponents of abortion rights. When it comes to actually existing American anti-choicers, however, the no

As a counterpart to her ongoing analysis of the proliferation of misogynist sex-is-icky comedy, Dana Stevens makes an important point about the contemporary romantic comedy as part of a review of the poorly-received I Don’t Know How She Does It: In an unintentionally disturbing subplot, Kate’s assistant Momo, a single, career-focused woman in her mid-20s […]

To Repeat

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On August 2, 2011

If anti-choicers were motivated by a desire to protect fetal live, rather than the desire to impose reactionary gender rules, they wouldn’t be opposed to providing contraception too. Needless to

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