I would like to know the secular justification for compelling medical facilities to treat fetal tissue like people.
Whether you’re pro-choice or pro-life, Roe v. Wade is unlikely to change with either candidate, writes Bethany Mandel.
Stosh Colter, CEO of Bend the Arc, argues that Clinton is the only candidate who will ensure reproductive rights, which is a Jewish value.
The most vocal opponents of Planned Parenthood who deny women ownership and agency over their own bodies and family planning while making those bodies a battleground for debates about values and legislation are as much a part of the problem as locker room talk.
Because of her genetic makeup, Sarah faced a series of hard choices when she decided to have children — but she was glad the choices were hers to make.
As is obvious from my byline, I am a man. I’ve never had an abortion or been involved with a woman who had one. But as a 16-year-old kid growing up in Chicago, I helped arrange and implement an illegal abortion in a country where no constitutional right to an abortion then existed. A Supreme Court decision expected any day may decide whether young people today may soon have a similar experience.
Extremists hope to use violence to prevent women from having access to safe and legal abortions. After the latest attack on Planned Parenthood, Jane Eisner explains why Judaism tells us we can be pro-choice and pro-life.
Despite the naysayers, the war on women is not lost — there are two federal bills that would restore crucial healthcare access to millions of women.
As the shofar blasts this Rosh Hashanah, Leanne Gale will be thinking of women across the country who continue to face an onslaught of anti-choice rhetoric and restrictions.