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Margaret Atwood announces “unburnable” edition of The Handmaid’s Tale in anti-censorship protest

The 1985 novel has long been used as a symbol of protest for women’s and reproductive rights. In a bold move to protest book bans in American schools, author Margaret Atwood has created a special edition fireproof copy of her controversial 1985 novel The Handmaid’s Tale.

stylist.co.uk ,  2 hours ago 0
Margaret Atwood announces “unburnable” edition of The Handmaid’s Tale in anti-censorship protest

Supreme Court marshal digs in on Roe opinion leak

The Supreme Court marshal’s probe into the disclosure of a draft opinion on Roe v. Wade is fully in progress, multiple people familiar with the proceedings told POLITICO, carrying out Chief Justice John Roberts’s order to investigate the leak. But questions about the investigation’s scope and process –– some emanating from inside the court, these people said –– reveal internal frustrations that in recent days have burst out into the open.

msn.com ,  14 hours ago 1
Supreme Court marshal digs in on Roe opinion leak

Good Morning Deer…photographer gets an early morning surprise as deer trots along Bridlington beach

An early morning trip to capture the sunrise over a Bridlington beach led to a surprise discovery for an amateur photographer. Ron Willsher Snr, who often pops down to the seafront to capture dramatic sunrise images, was gobsmacked when he saw a young Roe deer trotting along the sands of Bridlington North beach first thing this morning, (24 May).

bridlingtonecho.co.uk ,  1 day ago 3
Good Morning Deer…photographer gets an early morning surprise as deer trots along Bridlington beach

Speak out against Biden's government of incompetent bullies

The Left’s attempt with its allies in government and the media to silence those who disagree with President Joe Biden is dangerous. Whether it is creating a “disinformation board” to superimpose a government definition of truth, sending protesters to the homes of Supreme Court justices, targeting parents through the Justice Department, cheering on censorship from Big Tech, or turning a blind eye to attacks on pro-life organizations, we see Biden and congressional Democrats working overtime to intimidate the public into accepting their extreme agenda.

msn.com ,  1 day ago 0
Speak out against Biden's government of incompetent bullies

Court-packing opposition firms up despite Roe leak

American opposition to Supreme Court judge packing remains solid despite concerns about the leaking of an upcoming abortion decision and growing unfavorability with the high court. In a new First Liberty Institute survey conducted by Mason Dixon Polling & Strategy and shared with Secrets, 65% oppose adding judges to the court as top Democrats have suggested.

msn.com ,  1 day ago 0
Court-packing opposition firms up despite Roe leak

If Roe falls, some fear repercussions for reproductive care

If the Supreme Court follows through on overturning Roe v If the Supreme Court follows through on overturning Roe v. Wade, abortion likely will be banned or greatly restricted in about half the U.S. states. But experts and advocates fear repercussions could reach even further, affecting care for women who miscarry, couples seeking fertility treatments and access to some forms of contraception.

independent.co.uk ,  1 day ago 1
If Roe falls, some fear repercussions for reproductive care

Opinions | What the end of Roe signals about the rise of Christian power

The leaked draft Supreme Court opinion suggests that Roe v. Wade is about to fall. If the court overturns Roe, the impact will go far beyond abortion rights. It will also signal the dramatic expansion of religious authority into far-flung corners of American life, as conservative Christians impose their moral ideas on the general public.

msn.com ,  2 days ago 0
Opinions | What the end of Roe signals about the rise of Christian power

Too many have suffered under Ghana’s abortion laws. Ending Roe v Wade risks our hope for change

In a country where stigma, poverty and religious beliefs compound anti-abortion laws, a rollback on US rights will only embolden extremists No one knew she’d had multiple abortions. Not even me, a lifelong friend. “I can’t even count how many times I had to do it.

theguardian.com ,  2 days ago 0
Too many have suffered under Ghana’s abortion laws. Ending Roe v Wade risks our hope for change

UNHCR: A record 100 million people forcibly displaced worldwide

The Ukraine war and other conflicts pushed the number of people forced to flee conflict, violence, human rights violations and persecution over the staggering milestone of 100 million for the first time on record, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) informed on Sunday. “One hundred million is a stark figure -- sobering and alarming in equal measure.

news.un.org ,  2 days ago 0
UNHCR: A record 100 million people forcibly displaced worldwide

With Roe in Doubt, Some Fear Tech Surveillance of Pregnancy

When Chandler Jones realized she was pregnant during her junior year of college, she turned to a trusted source for information and advice. Her cellphone. 'I couldn't imagine before the internet, trying to navigate this,' said Jones, 26, who graduated Tuesday from the University of Baltimore School of Law.

thelondonnews.net ,  2 days ago 0
With Roe in Doubt, Some Fear Tech Surveillance of Pregnancy

Arkansas Republican admits abortion trigger law would cause ‘heartbreak’ if Roe is reversed

Governor Asa Hutchinson signed near-total abortion ban bill, even though he disagreed with the lack of exceptions for incest and rape The Republican governor of Arkansas, Asa Hutchinson, has admitted that an anti-abortion trigger law that he signed on to the books would lead to “heartbreaking circumstances” if Roe v Wade is overturned, in which girls as young as 11 who became pregnant through rape or incest would be forced to give birth.

theguardian.com ,  2 days ago 0
Arkansas Republican admits abortion trigger law would cause ‘heartbreak’ if Roe is reversed

How overturning Roe v. Wade impacts the midterms

The news of the Supreme Court’s intent to overturn Roe v. Wade has made some Democrats optimistic that the political landscape could demonstrably shift in their favor ahead of what most expect will be a red-wave midterm election. Indeed, Democrats do have a clear advantage on the abortion issue in terms of base voter enthusiasm, according to new polling among likely midterm election voters conducted by our firm, Schoen-Cooperman Research.

msn.com ,  2 days ago 0
How overturning Roe v. Wade impacts the midterms

America without Roe: More mental health concerns and a rise in abortion pills

In 2014, Amanda Furdge, then a single parent of a toddler son, was an unemployed college student who had recently moved home to Mississippi to escape an abusive relationship. She couldn’t afford to take care of another child, she said, so when she began experiencing pregnancy symptoms, she made plans to have an abortion.

msn.com ,  3 days ago 0
America without Roe: More mental health concerns and a rise in abortion pills

Roe v Wade: A Young Londoner In NYC On America’s “Terrifying” Rollback Of Reproductive Rights | British Vogue

I was lying on my couch in Brooklyn watching the livestream of the Met Gala when the news of the leaked Supreme Court Roe v Wade document broke. The notification popped up at the top of my phone screen, and suddenly the red carpet faded into the background as a wave of pure panic washed over my body.

vogue.co.uk ,  4 days ago 1
Roe v Wade: A Young Londoner In NYC On America’s “Terrifying” Rollback Of Reproductive Rights | British Vogue

What to know about digital privacy if abortions are restricted

In the weeks since POLITICO first published a draft Supreme Court opinion overturning Roe v. Wade, digital surveillance experts and abortion rights advocates have been warning that the decision could make the online world a more dangerous place for those seeking abortions. Data brokers have already been selling information about people visiting clinics and those who have downloaded period-tracking apps.

msn.com ,  4 days ago 0
What to know about digital privacy if abortions are restricted

Stephen Colbert on Bush’s gaffe: ‘A refreshingly lighthearted confession to war crimes’

Late-night hosts discuss Bush accidentally calling the invasion of Iraq ‘wholly unjustified and brutal’, and Roe v Wade Stephen Colbert Stephen Colbert mocked an old target on Thursday evening: George W Bush, who gave a speech in Dallas on Wednesday for an event called “Elections – A More Perfect Union”, focused on how elections work.

theguardian.com ,  4 days ago 0
Stephen Colbert on Bush’s gaffe: ‘A refreshingly lighthearted confession to war crimes’

Roe the last straw? 63% of Americans already believe the Supreme Court is politically motivated

Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barret Photo illustration by Salon/Getty Images About 63% of all American voters believe that the Supreme Court's decision-making is primarily driven by politics, according to a new survey released by Quinnipiac University. The survey also revealed that just 32% believe that the court is mostly motivated by law, while as many as seven in ten Americans feel that the court's justices should be given term limits.

msn.com ,  4 days ago 14
Roe the last straw? 63% of Americans already believe the Supreme Court is politically motivated

How the End of Roe Will Change Prenatal Care

Pregnancy, in this age of modern medicine, comes with a series of routinely recommended prenatal tests: At 11 weeks, a blood draw and an ultrasound to check for conditions such as Down syndrome. At 15 weeks, another blood test, for anomalies such as spina bifida.

msn.com ,  4 days ago 0
How the End of Roe Will Change Prenatal Care

Palestinian sovereignty and Roe v Wade referenced in works brought to a particularly political Frieze New York

Many exhibitors have brought art that seems to chime with new fair director Christine Messineo’s politically tinged programming More so than in previous editions, Frieze New York’s programme this year embraces a call for diversity and progressive values that has been echoing through the 24-hour news cycle.

theartnewspaper.com ,  5 days ago 0
Palestinian sovereignty and Roe v Wade referenced in works brought to a particularly political Frieze New York

Congressman asks doctor ‘what is a woman’ during abortion hearing. It backfires spectacularly

A Republican congressman asked the tired and loaded question “what is a woman” at a hearing on abortion access, and it backfired beautifully. A House Judiciary Committee hearing on abortion rights was held on Wednesday (18 May) in light of this month’s Supreme Court leak, which revealed a draft opinion that would overturn the 1973 decision Roe v Wade, which ruled that abortion access was a constitutional right.

pinknews.co.uk ,  5 days ago 0
Congressman asks doctor ‘what is a woman’ during abortion hearing. It backfires spectacularly