Tag Archives: history lessons

What Roe Meant to Rosalyn

In honor of the 38th anniversary of Roe V. Wade, we’re sharing stories from our supporters of what Roe has meant to them. Want to share your story? Leave it in the comments below or email us. You can read the whole series here. “In the early 60s while a college student I got pregnant. […]

Did you know this photo was staged?

Neither did I, until I read Megan’s fascinating piece over at Jezebel on the history of imagery of the human embryo. The whole thing is a really interesting piece of not only how images can be changed and interpreted differently, but on how our views on abortion and pregnancy have changed as a society. Definitely […]