Tag Archives: Birth Control

Mary Tuma : Family Planning Cuts Force Texas Clinic Closures

Image from Austinist.New England Journal of Medicine: Family planning cuts inTexas force clinic closures Low-income women are being hit hardest by the legislative cutbacks, the study’s authors note. By Mary Tuma / The American Independent / October 2, 2012 Deep … finish reading Mary Tuma : Family Planning Cuts Force Texas Clinic Closures

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Marilyn Katz : Our Bodies, Their Politics

Image from The Raw Story.Our bodies, their politics The last few months have made abundantly clear what women must do: rid America’s capitols of misogynists. By Marilyn Katz / The Rag Blog / April 24, 2012 In the first half … finish reading Marilyn Katz : Our Bodies, Their Politics

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Lamar W. Hankins : A Week of Invective over Birth Control and Women’s Health

New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan, head of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. The group was infuriated by Obama’s decision. Photo by Seth Wenig / AP.A week of invective:The Catholic bishops, women’s health,and American politics By Lamar W. Hankins | … finish reading Lamar W. Hankins : A Week of Invective over Birth Control and Women’s Health

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IDEAS / Bill Meacham : Birth Control and the ‘Goodness’ Paradigm

Image from Dippity.‘Goodness’ Vs. ‘Rightness’:The ethics of birth control There is a systematic way to find out what the benefits and harms are: observe reality carefully. By Bill Meacham | The Rag Blog | January 31, 2012 A current New … finish reading IDEAS / Bill Meacham : Birth Control and the ‘Goodness’ Paradigm

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Larry Ray : Cellular Civil Rights in Mississippi?

Graphic by Larry Ray / The Rag Blog.Civil rights for diploid cells?Legal ‘personhood’ in Mississippi The draconian redefinition of abortion and commonly used methods of contraception as murder would do away with a woman’s right to make her own decisions … finish reading Larry Ray : Cellular Civil Rights in Mississippi?

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Preventing Abortion : Contraception More Successful than Laws

Sign in Katmandu, Nepal: “Safe Abortion Service avbailable. From 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday to Friday. Charge 1,000 rupees.” The hospital is run by the government. Photo by Binod Joshi / AP.Guttmacher survey of 197 countries:Making abortion illegal doesn’t … finish reading Preventing Abortion : Contraception More Successful than Laws

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The Righteous Mob : Like Talking to Children

Photo from registeredmedia.com.KKK to Tea Parties:Communicating with the ignorant and angry By Larry Ray / The Rag Blog / September 15, 2009 If angry outbursts and placard waving protesters against health care reform seem heated today, the idea of planned … finish reading The Righteous Mob : Like Talking to Children

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Rabbi Arthur Waskow : Murder is Murder and Abortion is Not

A sign commemorating George Tiller at a candlelight vigil in Wichita, Kansas, where Dr Tiller was murdered on Sunday. Photo by Joe Stumpe / AFP/Getty. I recognize that some other religious traditions do claim it is murder, but I both … finish reading Rabbi Arthur Waskow : Murder is Murder and Abortion is Not

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