Anti-Women’s Health Politicians in Congress Are Trying to Attack DC Home Rule and Women’s Reproductive Rights

Category: Congress, Gynotician

Sounds like common sense, right? Your boss shouldn’t be able to fire you for using birth control. Continue Reading

Tags: LGBT, Indiana, Ted Cruz, Arkansas, Reproductive Health Non-discrimination Amendment Act, Sexism, Diane Black, Vicky Hartzler, James Lankford, DC Home Rule, Religious Freedom Restoration Act


Some Health Insurance Companies Using Loopholes to Charge for Birth Control (via Jezebel)

Category: Birth Control, Obamacare

Some insurance companies are still charging for birth control, exploiting loopholes that may take years to close. Continue Reading

Tags: Birth Control, Obamacare, Affordable Care Act, Insurance


Reproductive Issues Shouldn’t Be Partisan Issues

Category: Cecile Richards, Planned Parenthood

We’re not fighting political battles just to get a tally of win-losses. It’s because it actually does matter in women’s lives. That’s a rare thing. Continue Reading

Tags: Republicans, Cecile Richards, Article


Gynotician Alert of the Week: May 1, 2015

Category: Abortion, State Fights, Gynotician

This week: Michigan and Florida are fixated on defunding Planned Parenthood; Colorado ends a wonderfully successful teen pregnancy program; the U.S. House votes to let DC bosses discriminate against women who get pregnant out of wedlock, and more. Continue Reading

Tags: Gynotician, Virginia, Florida, Colorado, IUD, Teen Pregnancy, Gynotician Alert, Jeb Bush, Reproductive Health Non-discrimination Amendment Act, DC Home Rule


Colorado Gynoticians Squash Wonderfully Successful Teen Pregnancy Program

Category: State Fights, Gynotician

It is shocking. The Colorado legislature just defunded one of the most successful teen pregnancy prevention program in the entire country. Continue Reading

Tags: State Fights, Gynotician, Colorado, Teen Pregnancy


Cecile Richards: We Need A Real Dialogue About Abortion (via TIME)

Category: Abortion, Cecile Richards

Silence about abortion means that the void is filled with myths, stereotypes, and stigma. Continue Reading

Tags: Abortion, Cecile Richards, Article, Stories