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The Trans-Vaginal Ultrasounds You Didn’t Hear About: Ignoring Anti-Choice Extremism in Texas

April 2, 2012


Global Comment, April 2, 2012 by Jessica Luther In February, the state of Virginia became a focal point of attention in the national media when its legislature attempted to pass a forced ultrasound law that required doctors to know the gestational age of the fetus before performing an abortion. For people in the earliest stages […]

Short story: ILU-486

February 20, 2012


Short story: ILU-486 February 20, 2012 by Amanda Ching Summary: In the not-so-distant future of Virginia, the Personhood Act has outlawed abortion and chemical birth control. That doesn’t mean they don’t exist, though. ILU-486  for Evil Dr. Em and the twitter brigade Likewise also was not Rahab the harlot justified by works, when she had […]