I can honestly say the only thing better than counter-protesting religious zealots is doing it in costume while holding humorous signs.
Reproaction looks forward to continuing its action against Harris Teeter through 2018 until emergency contraception – not a card on the shelf – is on the shelf where it belongs.
They’d probably describe you as pre-pregnant, as we know the goal of many “pro-lifers” is to make sure all sex has the consequence of conception and all women become mothers.
These are the same organizations that think private companies should be able to opt-out of generally applicable laws and deny workers their right to birth control, which is basic healthcare, because of what they believe is a right to use claims of religion as an excuse to discriminate.
The first installment in this series is an interview with the former Title IX Coordinator for the University of Missouri, Ellen Eardley, Esq. Eardley earned her law degree from University of Cincinnati, College of Law, and quickly developed an interest in civil rights law as they related to labor practices and gender discrimination. Her career has been dedicated to fighting on behalf of those who have been discriminated against as employees or students.
Until Harris Teeter removes their policy and puts Plan B One Step on the shelf where it belongs, Reproaction will continue to take action. Join us online to put the pressure on Harris Teeter with the hashtag #DontHidePlanB.
This Fall, Reproaction and NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia joined together for monthly “Positive Presences” to support the Falls Church Healthcare Center in Northern Virginia.
Human Coalition doesn’t care much about reaching people who are actually looking for help, they want to pull in women who specifically don’t want what they’re providing.
On Thursday, October 12, we had our fourth maternal and infant mortality screening event at Community Birth and Wellness in Ferguson, MO.
You are a girl when someone wants to control your actions, but a woman when you defy that control … and women must be punished and bear the consequences of their actions.
People of all shades and backgrounds came together to march with Black women from and to spaces that support Black women and our communities.