Tag: abortion

Home / (Page 2)

Where Are My Children

By
|
On February 5, 2015

In class today, I was very pleased to expose another classroom of students to the amazing film Where Are My Children, from 1916. This pro-birth control, anti-abortion film (the two issues are connecte

El Salvador’s War on Women

By
|
In General
|
On October 1, 2014
For Republicans, Central American nations’ treatment of women is no doubt a model, not a problem: It is a war against women and girls that is documented in Amnesty International’s new report, On the Brink of Death: Violence against Women and the Abortion Ban in El Salvador. 

 The report illustrates how a change in […]
Republican abortion policy is working out just fine in Texas. Close all the reproductive clinics that serve poor people because those sluts deserve whatever they get for having sex while ensuring abortion remains a procedure their own daughters can acquire.

A Hero Has Passed

By
|
On December 31, 2013

I’m not too big on the idea of hero, but there is something about the person persecuted for making others’ lives better that gets to me. One of the greats passed away yesterday. Dr. Kennet

Organs

By
|
On February 19, 2013

Mary Sue McClurkin, a state rep from the fine state of Alabama: Alabama state Rep. Mary Sue McClurkin (R) is pushing legislation that would impose restrictions on abortion clinics — a move that

It is main inner container footer text