There’s No Such Thing as a “Late-Term Abortion”
Anti-abortion rights activists use this term to scare and confuse people.
States across the country are banning abortion — but we’re not backing down, and we’re not losing hope. Here’s why.
When the Supreme Court decided to overturn Roe v. Wade and take away our federal constitutional right to abortion, it created a national health crisis. But some state lawmakers are actually working to increase and protect abortion access.
Sign Up for Email Alerts
Stay on top of breaking news in the world of reproductive health and rights, and learn right away about opportunities to fight back against attacks.
A crime in Ohio reveals the estrangement between abortion rights opponents and reality
Remarks like this allude to the so-called “great replacement” — a white nationalist conspiracy theory that inspired mass shooters in Buffalo, Pittsburgh, El Paso, and New Zealand
With Roe v. Wade overturned, the basic right to control our own bodies will disappear across much of the country
The Supreme Court plans to end the constitutional right to abortion — taking away our power to control our own bodies — and politicians aim to outlaw abortion across the United States, no matter where you live. We're fighting back.
An unprecedented leak of a Supreme Court document makes clear that we’re in a moment of real crisis for abortion access. A pending case will likely open the floodgates for abortion bans across much of the country
Some state lawmakers and local officials have tried to block students’ access to resources on STIs, abortion, LGBTQ+ lives, and more
Multiple states have launched harmful political attacks on transgender youth and their families in 2022 — including Florida, Indiana, Iowa, and South Dakota.