Data shows why taking abortion rights away is structural violence against women.
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From great blockbusters to a mockumentary about a talking inch-high shell.
The Supreme Court has limited the EPA’s ability to address climate change. That still won’t save faltering coal plants.
In the early 1990s, few corners of the military were as misogynistic as the world of fighter pilots. These women Naval officers would break barriers to fly in combat.
Expanding access to vasectomy care could help shift some of the burden of birth control.
With abnormally bad rates of flight delays and cancellations, air travel won’t stop sucking anytime soon.
A looser schedule can allow for serendipity.
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Ask for Jane
Before Roe v. Wade, Eleanor Oliver was a Jane: a member of a group in Chicago that helped women get safe but illegal abortions. Sean Rameswaram sat down with her on the day Roe was overturned.