Corporate America’s response to Roe v. Wade is so far limited to new travel policies. Advocates say that should be the start, not the end

“It is a great thing that companies are willing to do this, and I think it really defines what social responsibility for companies looks like,” Christian Nunes, president of the National Organization for Women, told Fortune. “It shows they understand the importance of their employees’ reproductive rights and that they’re willing to make sure they are protected.”

“Debate” about Trans Girls and Women in School Sports Spreads Transphobia and Bigotry Through the False Lens of “Fairness”

As of the end of April, fifteen states have passed laws banning transgender women and girls from participating in sports, teams7[CW1]. Supporters of these bills claim that it is about protecting the sanctity and fairness of women’s sports, and wrongly assert that trans women are infringing on the rights of women, instead of acknowledging that Read more …

Justice Alito’s Leaked Opinion Foretells an End to Roe v. Wade

Last night, a draft U.S. Supreme Court majority opinion regarding abortion rights was leaked to the general public. The opinion relates to the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a Mississippi case that places a ban on abortions performed after the 15th week of pregnancy, which was argued before the Court on December Read more …

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Oklahoma’s Abortion Ban Endangers Women’s Lives — And Their Future

WASHINGTON, DC–Oklahoma’s Republican Governor, Kevin Stitt fulfilled his promise to sign every abortion ban that reached his desk—and today, the abortion ban he signed clearly violates women’s constitutional rights.   When Texas passed the notorious six-week abortion ban, 45 percent of patients in the state were forced to travel to Oklahoma for abortion care, according Read more …