Tag Archives: blogs

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

Here are a few of the stories we’ve been paying attention to: Did you hear? There were elections! In NY a number of statewide pro-choice candidates won, although control of the State Senate is still up in the air. We’re especially excited because PPNYC Action Fund endorsed candidate Tony Avella defeated the entrenched anti-choice candidate […]

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

Here’s what we’ve been following: A lot of blogs and news sites have been picking up Planned Parenthood’s Superbowl Response Ad, including Slate’s XX blog, RH Reality Check, Jezebel, local news site DNAinfo, Feministe, Salon’s blog Broadsheet, the blog Feministing, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow Show, and The New York Times. Local paper The Villager did a […]

What are you thankful for?

As we get ready to take off for the Thanksgiving Holiday, and are in the midst of fighting for reproductive health to be included in health care reform, I wanted to take a moment to make a list of what I’m thankful for: That there are currently 850 Planned Parenthood health centers operating across the […]

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

Here’s our weekly roundup of repro health news: A bunch of fantastic blogs highlighted our Halloween costume ideas, including Feministing, Salon, Full Womb, SoMi Speaks, and the blog feminist themes. Thanks guys! Let us know if you dressed up as any of the pro-choice costumes! We want pictures!   Additionally, a lot of people are […]

What to expect when you’re unexpecting

In the very recent history of actual abortion blogs, comes the latest from the tumblr Un-expecting. Similar to the pioneering What to expect when you’re aborting, Un-expecting chronicles a girl’s experience as she goes through the procedure from start to finish, from worries to choices to how she feels once it’s over. As “What To […]