"Their anger at you is born out of your reaction to the SCOTUS ruling, not the ruling itself," the now-viral post says.
"I'm sorry for America. It has failed you," Pavlovitz wrote after the Supreme Court's stunning reversal of Roe v. Wade.
"So What" hitmaker was one of a number of pop stars to criticize the SCOTUS ruling.
The Republican governor said Sunday that "the Supreme Court did its job" by fixing "a wrong decision it made many years ago."
Fifty-two percent of those polled said the overturning of Roe v. Wade represents a "step backward" for America.
The governor said Saturday that the state saw 10,000 women from surrounding states come to Illinois last year for abortions.
My thoughts immediately went to all of the people in Texas and across the country seeking abortion care.
Distraught internet viewers decried what they saw as "meaningless" theatrics from the House Speaker.
A judge in Brazil has banned abortion for an 11-year-old girl who became pregnant after being raped, prompting widespread outrage.
Although COVID-19 exacerbated gender-based violence in garment factories, this abuse is endemic and urgently needs systemic change.
"And yes, all men who support women's fundamental rights should join them in solidarity," a tweet said.
Gendered racism must be eliminated to make workplaces healthy for everyone.
The five women in "Belfast Girls" are in search of a new and better life, and they are in for the ride of their lives
Spain is poised to be the first Western country to offer time off from work for women with menstrual pain.
The Taliban's return to power in Afghanistan raised concerns about the rights of women and girls, who had made advances since the end of the group's first rule.
Abortion-rights activists have raised concerns over period-tracking apps' data being used as evidence of people having an abortion.
"Can we talk about how you just told him how to cook a cat," one TikToker said.
The fight to protect reproductive freedoms, especially for those in minority communities, should be front-and-center in Democrats' plan to win the 2022 midterms.
Fair chance employment measures, such as fair chance licensing and fair chance hiring (also known as "ban the box") policies, can help justice-impacted women.
Although the history of the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan may already be written, the fate of millions of Afghan women and ethnic and religious minorities is not.
Kentucky lawmakers voted to ban abortion after 15 weeks, in a preemptive step for tougher restrictions that is tied to an anticipated U.S. Supreme Court decision on abortion rights.
In March 2015, my car was rigged with a bomb.
We can save countless people from suffering. What could be more meaningful than that?
We don't have time to wait for girls to grow into women before we hear them.
Beyond the immediate and real threat to the rights of women, what's happening in Texas, Missouri and other red states is another sign that the Trumpified GOP's ideology is shifting rapidly toward authoritarianism.
It's inspiring to think about the brave women who came before us, who struggled to show their worth and inalienable rights as equal to men.
Today, public policies are modifying the meaning of sex to include gender identity—when they don't erase sex altogether.