Cartoonist Tony Auth on the Republican party.
Consider this a win for women's health advocates: U.S. District Judge Edward Korman has ruled that the U.S. government must make the "morning-after" pill available over the counter and available to all ages.
Inspired by the ongoing debates and misunderstandings about birth control and women's health care, Jezebel's Tracie Egan Morrissey has run down the general cost of being a woman.
The political debate that has been occupying much of our time over the past several weeks -- that of Obama's health care plan granting free access to birth control for women -- fails to take into account an inherent gender inequality with regard to health care.
There's nothing inherently wrong with the idea of celebrating women on International Women's Day, but the way that many people are going about this "celebration" often seems to belittle the women they claim to support.
A long-held belief about women and fertility is that each woman has a set amount of eggs in her lifetime and that when those eggs are depleted at menopause, so are her chances at having a biological child. However, research out of Massachusetts General Hospital is questioning that view.
Maybe the GOP (or more specifically, certain members of the party) returned to the '50s in just one day, but the rest of us haven't. Beyond the obvious social and cultural shifts of the last 60 years, there is one major factor: the Internet.
After a mild uproar, the feminine hygiene company decide to nix their latest campaign
A big debate after new guidelines qualify contraception as preventative care
Summer's Eve has released controversial new ads. How could it not?
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