As a Jewish feminist, I’m alarmed by the ways that Kavanaugh could use religious freedom as a justification to deny women control over their bodies.
Brett Kavanaugh said the Roe v. Wade decision was “important precedent” during his Senate hearing Wednesday.
Often, they’re cleverly disguised as abortion clinics, for the unassuming woman. It’s our job as Jews to fight against it.
In the Jewish community — Orthodox and otherwise — the stigmas surrounding abortion and putting children up for adoption can be devastating.
“I couldn’t tell anyone.”
It’s way more complex than you could ever imagine.
The Trump administration’s efforts to limit reproductive healthcare are offensive to both women’s autonomy and Jewish teaching.
When I was aboard the Trump Train, I accused Sarah Silverman of caring more about Illegals than American Veterans. To my surprise, she replied.
The rabbis wrote a letter to Kansas state Sen. Steve Fitzgerald, saying his words “abuse the memory of the murdered victims of the Nazi regime.”
That was the compromise the couple offered as Republicans were trying to defund the agency.