A pro-choice student wrote a letter-to-the-editor about a crisis pregnancy center near his school http://buzz.mw/b5bcl_l.
Here’s what we think of the oh-so-professional email the CPC’s director sent back.
Nelson Mandela did so much to advance gender equality —>
They have A LOT to learn —> http://buzz.mw/b5b8x_l.
There were definitely some highlights – but a ton of lowlights – when it came to women’s representation in the media this year. Great compilation of examples by Miss Representation.
When it comes to birth control and your health, we want you covered. Here are some tips for making that happen through the new health insurance marketplace.
Would you want these bosses deciding whether or not they’ll cover your birth control in your employee health insurance plan?! http://buzz.mw/b5pzu_l
Here’s one reason why the Supreme Court should rule that bosses have no business imposing their own politics on their employees’ health and decisions.
The impact of anti-choice legislation: clinics have shut down at an alarming rate since 2011 —> http://buzz.mw/b55er_l.
(Via Know More)
There’s a day for giving thanks and there’s a day to get deals, now don’t forget the day to give back! Give the gift of choice tomorrow by making a donation to NARAL on #GivingTuesday !http://j.mp/19pCPjy
Decisions about birth control are personal, and no one should be making them for you – especially not your boss. But today the Supreme Court decided to hear two cases that could allow bosses to deny their employees birth control coverage —> http://buzz.mw/b5893_l.
(graphic via National Women’s Law Center).
BREAKING: The Supreme Court just announced that it will take up the cases concerning the Affordable Care Act’s no-cost birth control benefit. REBLOG this graphic and tell your friends you think birth control shouldn’t be up for debate!