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By Mindy on March 29, 2012
A Judge in the [Family] Court in Australia rules that the Court does not have the power to compel a woman to continue a pregnancy.
By Mindy on March 14, 2012
Quick Hit: Grace Fallen Photography
By Chally on December 20, 2011
A teen performing groundbreaking cancer research and a new machine manufacturing affordable sanitary napkins in rural India, oh my!
By Mindy on December 16, 2011
15 interesting things.
By tigtog on October 21, 2011
I wanted them to know that there are still people who think well of them compared to the demonstrators outside many of their clinics right now as part of the “40 Days For Life” international anti-abortion campaign.
By Lauredhel on January 8, 2008
This may be a watershed: the Rudd government has been challenged to show its true colours on women’s rights. Way back in the twentieth century, the Liberal government faced a situation where a woman-hating theocon, Brian Harradine, held the balance of power in the Senate. Harradine, holding all the cards, managed to get legislation passed [...]
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