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Georgia Senator: Military Rape is Just Part of "Nature"

In today's Senate Armed Services committee hearing, Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) defended rape and sexual assault that occurs in the military, saying: "The young folks coming in to each of your services are anywhere from 17 to 22 or 23. Show More Summary

Winners of our May Hall of Fame and Shame

It's the end of May, and that means it's time to introduce the newest members of our pro-choice Hall of Fame and Shame. It's hard to believe that there are actually people out there sincerely devoted to misleading and intimidating women...Show More Summary

Fox News: More Women Breadwinners Will Increase Abortion

After the release of a new study showing that an increasing number of women are becoming the main breadwinner in their families, Fox News commentator Eric Bolling made the outlandish claim that more single female breadwinners will increase...Show More Summary

Honoring the Memory of Dr. Tiller

Today marks the four-year anniversary of the murder of Kansas abortion provider Dr. George Tiller. Dr. Tiller is an important figure for the pro-choice movement. His motto "Trust Women" has become a rallying cry for all of us who share his beliefs. Show More Summary

The Cost of Abortion Care

Anti-choice activists sometimes use the argument that abortion should be illegal because "irresponsible" women frequently use abortion care as birth control - which is offensive. The reality behind the way women access abortion is much...Show More Summary

Anti-Choice Rep. Michele Bachmann's Final Term

Today, anti-choice Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) announced that she will not seek reelection to Congress after she completes her current term. Pro-choice people ougt to take note because Rep. Michele Bachmann has a notable record of anti-choice activism. Show More Summary

SBA List: What's in a Name?

Radical anti-choice group Susan B. Anthony (SBA) List continues to shock and appall people when they learn about the organization's agenda to ban abortion nationwide. Susan B. Anthony is best known for her work to strengthen women'sShow More Summary

SBA List: Their Anti-Choice Election Strategy

SBA List is a radical anti-choice group that is actively working to ban abortion nationwide and that supported some of the most outrageous candidates in the 2012 elections. We're working to expose their extreme agenda so that peopleShow More Summary

Honoring Our Veterans and Survivors of Sexual Assault

As we honor service members on Memorial Day, we especially recognize those who have endured sexual assault. It's time to end this grave injustice against women and men in the military who dedicate their lives to protecting our rightShow More Summary

SBA List: Supporting the Worst Anti-Choice Candidates of 2012

The 2012 elections showed voters - finally - just how extreme many anti-choice candidates really are. What voters may not have realized is that several of them were backed by the anti-choice and deceptively named Susan B. Anthony (SBA)...Show More Summary

Ilyse Hogue on Anti-Choice SBA List

The following piece "Susan B. Anthony List: The NRA of the Anti-Choice Movement?" by Ilyse Hogue, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, is cross-posted from The Nation: Every time an American woman walks into her polling place, she ought to give thanks to Susan B. Show More Summary

SBA List: Ban Abortion For All Women

Apparently, banning abortion for women in D.C. wasn't extreme enough. The anti-choice zealots at the Susan B. Anthony (SBA) List recently pledged their support for Rep. Trent Franks' (R-AZ) measure that has recently been expanded toShow More Summary

SBA List: The Anti-Choice NRA

NARAL Pro-Choice America and Bridge Project partnered to release a new report exposing the anti-choice, deceptively named Susan B. Anthony (SBA) List and its extreme agenda for the 2013 and 2014 election cycle. First, let's cover the basics: SBA List was created to support and elect anti-choice politicians. Show More Summary

Where is the Outrage Over Sexual Assault in the Military?

Unbelievable. In one week, three military officers in charge of preventing and addressing sexual assault were arrested on various sexual assault charges, including sexual harassment, stalking, and forced prostitution. This highlights...Show More Summary

Why Young Women Need Access to Plan B

Emma Weinstein-Levey is the press intern at NARAL Pro-Choice America Picture this: Your best friend calls you. She and her boyfriend practiced safe sex last night, but the condom broke. She's freaking out and doesn't know what to do....Show More Summary

Critical Abortion Legislation Too Complex for Gabriel Gomez

On June 25, NARAL Pro-Choice America PAC-endorsed Rep. Ed Markey and anti-choice opponent Gabriel Gomez will face off in an election in Massachusetts for John Kerry's former Senate seat. You would think that any candidate would makeShow More Summary

Honoring Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Month, we'd like to share a fantastic opinion piece about how Asian-American women are adversely affected by anti-choice legislation. You can read more from a great resource, Forward Together. "Reproductive-health...Show More Summary

We Must Learn From the Kermit Gosnell Case

This week, a jury returned a guilty verdict in the case against Kermit Gosnell. This man will pay the price for the horrible acts he committed. All the women whose lives were affected deserve at least this much. The Gosnell tragedy should...Show More Summary

Ilyse Hogue On "NOW with Alex Wagner": Why Women Need Plan B

Today, Ilyse Hogue, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, stopped by "NOW with Alex Wagner" on MSNBC to talk about continued efforts to block access to emergency contraception: "I'm sympathetic to the idea that we all want our kids to come talk to us if they get into trouble. Show More Summary

Justice for Survivors of Sexual Assault in the Military

Days after news broke that the Air Force officer overseeing the service's Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program was arrested on charges of sexual assault, a Pentagon report was released showing that there were an estimated 26,000...Show More Summary

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