Skip to main content

How Teachers Won the Right to Get Pregnant

Christopher Phelps Jacobin
In the early twentieth century, teachers were prohibited from keeping their jobs after getting pregnant. Socialist feminists organized to successfully change that.

Who’s Afraid of the Lower Birth Rate?

Jenny Brown Organizing Upgrade
reproductive rights protest Rather than looking at abortion as a personal, private decision and defending it on that basis, we should expose how the power structure is using restrictions on abortion and birth control to extract our unpaid labor.

A Pandemic Within The Pandemic

H Patricia Hynes Portside
Peace is not just the absence of war. Many women under lockdown for Covid 19 face violence where they should be safest: in their own homes.

film

Never Rarely Sometimes Always - Profoundly Moving Abortion Drama

Mark Kermode The Guardian
Elliza Hittman’s coming-of-age story about a teenager seeking an abortion is heartbreaking and painfully authentic. Hittman has described her film as “a narrative about a girl carrying around a lot of pain and burden, and the lonliness of it all".
Subscribe to Reproductive rights