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Rethinking Misogyny and Democracy

After the rise of Donald Trump, followed by the #MeToo movement, there was a need to explore what misogyny really is, and why it persists in legal systems that proclaim women to be equal citizens with equal rights.

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Consent and Control Over Reproductive Medicine

By Jody Lyneé Madeira, author of Taking Baby Steps: How Patients and Fertility Clinics Collaborate in Conception In the past two years, a revolutionary change has unsettled established informed consent practices in reproductive …

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Repeal and Replace is a Women’s Issue

By Susan Starr Sered, co-author of Uninsured in America and Can’t Catch a Break In recognition of Women’s History Month, this post is republished with permission from the author. #RepealAndReplace #WomensHistoryMonth The Republican plan to …

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A Human Rights-Based Approach to Women’s Health

Today, on International Women’s Day, people and organizations around the world pay tribute to women’s contributions to our social, economic, cultural and political lives. But we also recognize that progress on gender parity continues to face obstacles. Health care is one …

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