Anti-abortion fake clinics will keep up their slimy tactics and trickery because they don’t care about pregnant people, nor about the fetuses they claim to adore.
In 2020, anti-abortion fake clinics received more than 4 million dollars from the federal government through the Family and Youth Services Bureau in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) alone.
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They are now saying the quiet part out loud: They believe people who have and perform abortions should be jailed.
Women of color are not mission projects for religious zealots and should not be treated as such.
The anti-abortion movement must continue to be exposed for what it is: foot soldiers behind an agenda that cannot be accomplished in a democracy or without bloodshed.
What fake clinics do is not support. It’s coercion, control, and brainwashing. It's not “very good,” but very dangerous.
I recently received an email from a public relations firm representing an anti-abortion fake clinic asking to be removed from our Fake Clinic Database. My answer? No.
For one: the Muslim ban was a family separation policy, pure and simple.
Not only is abstinence-only education – sometimes referred to as “sexual risk avoidance” – ineffective because it doesn’t delay sexual initiation nor reduce sexual risk behaviors, it is also harmful.
We all make choices about our behavior that can either perpetuate toxic masculinity or disrupt it.
Joe Biden will be inaugurated president on January 20, and I want to be very clear: The struggle for justice will not become suddenly smooth.