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  • Information is Power

    Three things you need to know right now about attempts to restrict abortion Read more »

  • Unhelpful Comments Directed at People Celebrating Abortion and How to Respond to Them with Facts and Science (If That’s Something You Feel Like Doing)

    Responding to comments like these is not for everyone. Read more »

  • Five important podcasts about reproductive rights

    If you're looking for information, news, and great storytelling about abortion, reproductive rights and justice, we've compiled a list of podcasts we hope you'll enjoy. Read more »

  • Federal Judge Blocks Restrictions on Family Planning Funds

    Health centers that provide or make referrals for abortions can continue participating in the Title X program Read more »

  • Morning-After Pills vs. Abortion Pills

    One prevents pregnancy right after sex. The other ends pregnancy weeks later. Know the difference! Read more »

  • What to do if your pregnancy continues after taking abortion pills

    What happens if your pregnancy continues after you take the pills? Read more »

  • Self-Care During Your Self-Managed Abortion

    Make yourself as comfortable as possible. Read more »

  • What you should know about medical abortion and infection

    Being aware of risk, even when it's rare, is a vital part of taking care of yourself. Read more »

  • Who Should NOT Have a Medication Abortion

    No medication is right for everyone. Learn who should not take the abortion pill. Read more »

  • Maine Lawsuit Aims to Expand Abortion Access

    This week, a judge in Maine heard arguments in a lawsuit that could expand abortion access in the state and set a precedent for others. Read more »

  • Do you need to "clean your womb" after taking the abortion pill?

    Uteruses are basically self-cleaning ovens — that's what vaginal discharge and menstruation are for. Read more »

  • Let’s #BustAbortionMyths!

    It's time for facts! Read more »

  • California Reintroduces College Right to Access Act

    Law would make abortion pills available on state campuses Read more »

  • Medical Abortion and Your Period

    You've confirmed that your medical abortion was successful. Now, when can you expect to get your period again? Read more »

  • Arm Yourself in the War on Science

    Take the time to tell fact from fiction Read more »

  • Coca-Cola won't terminate your pregnancy

    Coca-Cola doesn't terminate a pregnancy, nor is it a contraceptive. Read more »

  • Rhetoric around “late-term abortion” is shaming and has to go

    The reality is that the reasons for having an abortion at any point are as complex, nuanced, and self-defined as the people who make them. Read more »

  • Trump Administration Keeps Attacking Insurance Coverage for Abortion Care

    Another attempt to undermine access and affordability Read more »

  • Here's what you should know about sex after medical abortion

    Once you've established that your medical abortion was successful, when can you return to regular activities? Read more »

  • Catholic hospitals are a reproductive justice issue

    Physicians who work in Catholic hospitals must abide by Catholic religious rules, which dictate what reproductive health care can be provided. Read more »