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Category Archives: Abortion Issues

Five (More) Things You Can Do to Fight Back Against Anti-Choice Zealots

In December, when the election of Donald Trump still felt like a nightmare, we offered five strategies to fight anti-choice laws and rhetoric. Now that President Trump is a frightening reality, it’s more important than ever to defend choice. The battle might seem like a losing one, but Trump and his administration specialize in demoralization. By making things seem hopeless, they hope to subvert the progressive will to keep fighting.

Don’t let them win. Here are five things you can do right now to fight for reproductive freedom. Fight back against anti-choice!

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Incarcerated Women Denied Abortions, and Other Terrifying Abortion Regulations

Under President Trump, Republicans will likely get at least two Supreme Court nominees. States across the country have reacted with more abortion restrictions. From incarcerated women denied abortions to laws completely banning the procedure, restrictive legislation is increasing. If the right case goes before the Supreme Court, abortion rights could end. Even if Roe vs. Wade survives, fewer abortion rights under President Trump are nearly inevitable. To learn more, read our Daily Kos blog for more details.

Judge Rules Doctors Can Discriminate Against Women Who Have Had Abortions

Doctors cannot be compelled to perform abortions. But a federal judge has ruled that this religious protection is insufficient. A Texas district judge has ruled that doctors can refuse to treat women who have had abortions and people who identify as transgender. Read our Daily Kos post on the ruling here.

Even More Evidence That Abortion Doesn’t Undermine Mental Health

Yet another study has demonstrated that abortion doesn’t harm women’s mental health. Women who can’t get abortions, however, do suffer mental health issues. State legislatures continue to claim otherwise. Some have even forced doctors to lie to women about abortion’s effects. To learn about the study, read our Daily Kos post here.

New Anti-Choice Attacks in Trump’s America

Republicans are already attacking abortion rights, and Donald Trump hasn’t even taken office. Doomsday scenarios serve no one. But to fight back against Donald Trump, it’s important to know what’s at stake. Here’s what you need to know about new state-level anti-choice measures.

Fighting Back Against Trump: 5 Things You Can Do Now

A Trump presidency is looking more and more like a depressing reality, in spite of fantasies of faithless electors or successful recounts. Reproductive rights activists are right to worry about the looming specter of an anti-choice authoritarian president. But the battle isn’t over yet. Though two Supreme Court nominees could overturn Roe vs. Wade, choice activists still have a number of options for fighting back right now. The time to take action is today, since choice is in question tomorrow. Learn more about what you can do to help by hopping over to our Daily Kos posting here.

How the Trump Election is Undermining Mental Health

Donald Trump’s election send progressives across the country into a state of shock. A Trump presidency is more than just a devastating loss. It puts lives in danger. Research shows that his win is already undermining the national mental health. And because Trump and his ilk care little for public health, they’ll likely gut mental health benefits, further exacerbating the problem. Read more here.

Women Are Getting IUDs to Prepare for a Trump Presidency

Intrauterine devices (IUD) are highly reliable. Under a Trump administration, reproductive rights might not be. Women are increasingly turning to IUDs as their only potential option to control their bodies and fertility under a Trump-led nation. Read about this new trend on the DailyKos.

The Worst Things VP Nominee Mike Pence Has Said About Women

Donald Trump’s vice presidential nominee Mike Pence is so anti-choice that he inadvertently sparked the nationwide movement “Periods for Pence.” But his positions on abortion are just the beginning of his terrible record on women’s rights. Pence has made it clear that he thinks women should not work, are not men’s intellectual equals, and should not be protected from sexual violence. To learn more about what Mike Pence thinks of women, check out Abortion Clinics Online’s Daily Kos blog on the topic.

What the Mike Pence VP Nomination Means for Women

Indiana Governor Mike Pence has long been an extremist anti-abortion crusader. Now that Donald Trump has selected Pence as his running mate, how will the selection affect women? Check out our blog on Daily Kos to learn more.