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#WomenBetrayed rallies against Planned Parenthood as third "sting" video released

Perhaps no single organization embodies the intense politics surrounding women’s reproductive rights in the US as profoundly as Planned Parenthood does. The iconic women’s health organization, which provides basic healthcare to low- and middle-income families, is no stranger to political targeting. 443 more words

Women's Rights

Louise Brown speaks out about her experiences as the world’s first “test-tube baby”

In 1978, Louise Brown became the first person to be born through in vitro fertilization (IVF). Millions of couples have since relied on this reproductive technology to bring children into the world, but at the time, IVF was regarded with fascination and even some hostility. 127 more words

Arts And Culture

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The Fourteenth Amendment addresses many aspects of citizenship and the rights of citizens.

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I Am 10-year Old from Paraguay, and I Am Expecting

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A 10 year old girl is supposed to be enjoying her childhood and youth. Unfortunately, that is not the case of a 10 year-old pregnant girl from Paraguay. 571 more words

Human Rights Dossier

WILLIAM MCGURN: The Political ‘Science’ of Planned Parenthood

Wall Street Journal — Obama, not noticeably shy about weighing in on controversial subjects, is steering clear of this one.

‘When the science is inconvenient, when the facts don’t match up with the ideology, they are cast aside.” 67 more words


Why I Donated Fetal Tissue After My Later Abortion

Nine years ago, my husband and I were newlyweds, eager to start our family right away. We figured, why wait? So I started taking prenatal vitamins and folic acid. 694 more words

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I have yet to hear anyone articulate my stance on abortion in a way that makes me go “whoomp there it is!” And I don’t want to carry a belief that does not exist somewhere on paper. 1,198 more words