‘How would you feel if I called your college and told them what bad character you have and what a backstabber you are?’
Conservatives in states across the nation have been pushing laws in the belief that women will change their minds about having an abortion. But do these laws actually work?
by Cicero •
‘If you fight science, you’re going to lose your children, and I believe in telling it the way it was.’
by Tiffany Willis •
‘Maybe what this study ought to do is teach these 14-year-old girls not to have sex. Do you realize how old-fashioned that makes me sound?’
by Justin Acuff •
If they expect to keep abortion rates down, this isn’t the way to do it. All this is going to do is hurt women.
by Justin Acuff •
Abstinence-only programs pose a serious public health risk.
Tennessee Governor Signs Bill Defining Kissing And Holding Hands As ‘Gateway Sexual Activity’ Into Law
The law is so vague that it could define kissing and holding hands as ‘gateways to sexual activity.’
Tennessee Bill Defines Kissing And Holding Hands As Gateways To Sexual Activity, Bans Teaching Contraception In Sex Ed
Tennessee Republicans have gone on a culture war rampage.
After killing an Equal Pay law that prevents discrimination against women by employers, Walker signed 49 other bills into law, including three more targeting women.
In February, the Republican dominated Utah House passed a GOP sponsored bill that severely limits what students learn in sex education classes.
Nothing says ‘serious politics’ like demanding your candidates pass a litmus test by lying through their teeth, and the GOP of Laurens County, SC is very, very serious.
Republicans are anti-women, anti-sex, and anti-contraception. And they proved it again in Utah, where the GOP dominated legislature passed a bill which would effectively ban schools from teaching contraception and birth control in sex education courses.
Republicans across the country are waging war against women’s reproductive rights and GOP voters approve. During the Republican debate in Arizona on Wednesday evening, CNN’s John King brought up birth control, drawing the ire of the audience who booed loudly.
Rick Perry Gets Heckled, Claims Abstinence Works Despite Being Presented Statistics That Show Otherwise (VIDEO)
Rick Perry gets heckled by a crowd, after being asked about the failure of his abstinence only sex education program. Rick Perry has had a rough week. He is taking a lot of criticism over comments and is following in the footsteps of most Republicans when it comes to answering questions. And questions about the effectiveness of abstinence are no different.