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As BUST reported yesterday, the Supreme Court will hear the most influential abortion case in 25 years tomorrow. Stephanie Toti, a Senior Counsel at the Center for Reproductive Rights, will serve as lead council in Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt and argue that a Texan TARP (targeted regulation of abortion providers) law, HB 2, is not only medically unnecessary but a dangerous impediment to safe, legal abortion.While Toti and her team of twelve make their opening arguments inside, her coworkers with the nonprofit Center for...
Grace Helbig: comedian, Youtube personality, actress, and #1 New York Times bestselling author. Her latest book Grace & Style: The Art of Pretending You Have It is a beautifully illustrated, outspoken ode to fashion, humor, and being a confident woman despite unavoidable insecurities. I interviewed this gal and picked her brain about her most recent publication. Danniah Daher: Your book Grace & Style: The Art of Pretending You Have It just came out. You not only focus on fashion and comedy, but you also...
On Monday night, the show Full Frontal With Samantha Bee aired a segment that advocated for female reproductive rights. Detailing the issues women have been facing in light of anti-choice legislation, Bee unapologetically speaks for women. The segment is informative and tasteful, explaining that the horrifying state of women’s healthcare could only be prolonged if the Supreme Court reaches a deadlock today in the decision of Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt.Bee playfully called for more pro-choice activism in an interview with Ilyse Hogue, president of...
We have all been there: Every 28 days our bodies take on an internal war. We are unable to focus, doubling over in pain, trying to pretend our insides aren’t, quite literally, falling out of our bodies. Womanhood: What a beautiful gift. And after years of pain and discomfort, most of us have learned to smile through the worst of it because the show must go on, but a Bristol company, Coexist, wants you to take a load off.This UK-based company has introduced a "period...
The whole conversation started because I don’t like the word “tomboy.” “Mommy,” my daughter Emilia said to me one day some months ago, “I think that I’m a tomboy.”“What makes you say that?”“Because I like a lot of things that boys like. I like basketball and motorcycles. I like surfing.” She thought about that for a minute. “I mean, girls like surfing too and lots of sports. And I like other things that girls like, like dolls. But mostly I like things that boys like. And...
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