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  • Let's talk about the stigma of multiple abortions

    Abortion stigma leads to silence around abortion. Read more »

  • Need an abortion? You might have to take a road trip.

    Abortion accessibility continues to be a major reproductive rights issue, and a lot of the problem may depend on where you live. Read more »

  • Mississippi 15-Week Abortion Ban Blocked

    Federal judge's ruling also puts similar Louisiana law on hold Read more »

  • SASS in the Press

    Updated round-up of SASS's appearances in the press since our founding in April 2017 Read more »

  • What reproductive coercion has to do with abortion access

    Reproductive coercion is a form of domestic violence in which one person forces pregnancy, keeping a pregnancy or abortion on another person Read more »

  • Lawsuit Filed to Block Kansas Telemedicine Abortion Ban

    State law treats abortion differently from other forms of medical care Read more »

  • What you need to know about Ohio's "Heartbeat" bill

    In a Supreme Court which now includes conservative judges Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch, the possibility of overturning of Roe is increasingly likely, if not inevitable. Read more »

  • How have the U.S. midterm elections changed abortion access

    Here’s what you should know following the midterm elections Read more »

  • As physician shortage worsens, abortion hangs in the balance

    America is facing a physician shortage on all fronts, and women’s health providers are no exception. Read more »

  • Abortion in the United States: FAQ Part 2

    No matter your reason for seeking abortion care, here are some basics. Read more »

  • Abortion in the United States: FAQ Part 1

    If you are seeking to terminate your pregnancy, it’s likely that you have many questions. No matter your reason for seeking abortion care, here are some basics. Read more »

  • Here's What You Should Know about Alabama Amendment 2

    Alabama's Amendment 2 would make it a state policy to "ensure the protection of the rights of the unborn child in all manners and measures lawful and appropriate." Read more »

  • US Newspapers Limit Public Understanding of Abortion

    Abortion is a safe, common aspect of reproductive health care, but you wouldn't know it by the way it's discussed in major US newspapers. Read more »

  • Women always help women

    The Supreme Court doesn’t have to overturn Roe v Wade in order to prevent American women from accessing their Constitutional right to an abortion. Read more »

  • Good Medicine vs. Bad Laws

    Applauding healthcare professionals who put patients first Read more »

  • Here's What Happens When Contraceptives Aren't Available During a Natural Disaster

    What do you make sure to have on hand when you're prepping for dangerous weather? Read more »

  • Pro-Choice means more than abortion

    Our aim should be to continue advocating for access to abortion without restriction while also advocating for programs that support parents Read more »

  • Abortion Stigma 101 (And how it interferes with access to self-managed abortion)

    In spite of what we would like to believe, we all have ideas about abortion that have been influenced by abortion stigma, a phenomenon created and perpetuated by anti-choice activists. Read more »

  • Texas takes from the poor to give to anti-choice group

    If Texas wants to help people escape poverty, it's making some strange decisions about how to do it. Read more »

  • Argentina’s abortion vote is but a small setback in a growing movement

    The Argentine movement has not only captured the world’s attention, but has offered renewed hope in the fight for reproductive freedom. Read more »