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Tag Archive | "Reproductive Rights"

Infographic: How Sexual Norms Have Evolved in 50 Years

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

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Just when your blood is about to boil over all the reproductive rights rollbacks¬†that have taken place in recent years, when you’re about to puke if you hear one more Fox pundit talk about “family values,” and when when your head is about to explode at the idea that “Dancing with the Stars” is a [...]

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Top 10 Women Under 40 Who Push Back

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

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This article originally appeared on SundanceChannel.com Inspired by the Sundance Channel’s docu-series PUSH GIRLS, about¬†four outspoken young women in wheelchairs — AMC Networks just announced that they’ve started filming a second season — we decided to write about ten women under 40 who push back in their own way.¬†To help us narrow down the list [...]

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Rosemary’s Baby Could Have Been Made in 2012

Friday, November 2, 2012

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ROSEMARY’S BABY is part of Sundance Channel’s¬†SCARY POLITICS¬†series — it airs on¬†Election Day, November 6th, at 9PM, at which point we’ll know if progressive values prevailed or if Satan won. You hear a lot these days about Republicans rolling back women’s rights all the way to the ’50s and ’60s: vowing to defund Planned Parenthood; [...]

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Top 6 Reasons Your Heart & Genitals Want You to Vote for Obama

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

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We know we may be preaching to the choir here, but just in case you need some more encouragement to register to vote (state-by-state deadlines start dropping in October!), to volunteer your time to the Obama campaign, and to actually vote on November 6th, 2012, here you go: 1. Romney represents the Republican Party, and the [...]

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The Vaginagate Roundup

Monday, June 18, 2012

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In case you missed it — in case you were wondering why all your friends were using the word “vagina” in their Facebook status updates over the weekend — late last week two representatives (both women) were banned from speaking in the Michigan House during a debate over a bill that bans all abortions after [...]

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Comment of the Week: The War on Women Hurts Everyone

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

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In a recent poll on our site, we asked you guys, “Is there a ‘War on Women’?” Admittedly, we didn’t give you the chance to say flat-out not — because that would be flat-out wrong! (Hey, we never said this site was a democracy.) Rather, we were asking what you thought about the terminology “War [...]

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Poll: Is There a “War on Women”?

Thursday, April 26, 2012

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<a href=”http://polldaddy.com/poll/6169756/”>Is there a “war on women”?</a>

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Comment of the Week: Pro-Life But Pro-Sex Ed and Birth Control

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

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photo via flickr Nuance is pretty rare in the national conversation about abortion. The headlines and protests can make it seem like there is no middle ground, no shades of grey. Which is why we found reader Dave‘s comment, in response to the post “Naked News: The Right’s War on Women/Porn/Ethics,” so refreshing. Sure, we [...]

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Will a Sex Strike Give a Bunch of Liberal Guys Blue Balls?

Monday, March 19, 2012

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photo via flickr Where reason fails, satire sometimes works — hence the sudden trend of tongue-in-cheek proposed sex laws, like the “personhood of semen” bill. And where satire fails — will a sex strike work? That’s the hope of a group called Liberal Ladies Who Lunch (love it!). They are proposing a national sex strike [...]

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AZ Law Would Let Employers Insist Women Use Pill Non-Sexually Only

Friday, March 16, 2012

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photo via flickr This week, research showed that men become “cognitively impaired” when around women — even if they just think they’re around women. So does that explain why Utah and Arizona broke out the crazy? Proposed new Arizona law would would allow an employer to request proof that a woman using insurance to buy [...]

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