Monthly Archives: December 2010

No Easy Decision

How many of you all caught the MTV special last night, “No Easy Decision” featuring young women talking about their decisions to have abortions. If you missed it you can watch the special on the MTV website. Or just read Lynn Harris’ fantastic analysis over at Salon. If you did see it, tell us, what […]

What you should have read, but might have missed, last week.

Here are a few of the stories we’ve been paying attention to: PPFA came out with a new widget to help you figure out: “Am I Pregnant?” Don’t Ask Don’t Tell has officially been repealed NY Times covers the lawsuits challenging health care reform As does Politico More on the Supreme court and health care […]

Exciting News About our HIV Outreach

New York City’s AIDS case rate is three times that of the national average. HIV is the third leading cause of death for New York City residents aged 35 to 54. One in five Americans living with HIV today doesn’t even realize it. As you well know, HIV/AIDS education, testing, and outreach are a big […]

What you should have read, but might have missed, last week.

Here are a few of the stories we’ve been paying attention to this past week: Sadly, New Jersey is planning on introducing anti-choice license plates. As you’ve heard by now, Elizabeth Edwards has passed away: Republicans have named the leaders of the House committees. And it looks like the anti-choice representative Joe Pitts will be […]

Human Rights

Today, December 10, is Human Right Day — the day when the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. As we take a moment to remember the importance of protecting these rights, let’s not forget that, as Renee Chelian points out over at RH Reality Check, reproductive rights and […]

What you should have read, but might have missed, last week.

Here are a few of the stories we were paying attention to last week: December 1 was World AIDS Day, and PPNYC provided free testing in Washington Square park. Foster Kamer over at the Village Voice wrote about it. Voice of America did a story on our testing on World AIDS Day. Univision Channel 41 […]