war on women

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Clinic protests have nothing to do with free speech, they are harassment

Today the Supreme Court struck down the Massachusetts buffer zone around abortion clinics, a 35 feet area free of protesters to allow women unrestricted access to clinics that provide abortion services. These buffer zones were created with safety in mind, not only safety for women and their companions as they enter (if they are lucky enough to … Continue reading

Did no editor find George Will’s column too offensive to print?

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has announced it will no longer carry George Will’s syndicated column: “Starting today, Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson replaces George Will on Thursdays and Sundays.” The editor, Tony Messenger added: “The change has been under consideration for several months, but a column published June 5, in which Mr. Will suggested that … Continue reading

George Will’s problem with rape statistics (how many women to make a scourge?)

George Will continues with his assertion that it is mathematically impossible for 1 in 5 women to have been sexually assaulted while in college. He calls the statistics “insupportable” and when he replied to Senators Blumenthal, Feinstein, Baldwin, and Casey he chided them to temper their “rhetoric” about the “scourge of sexual assault.” But it’s … Continue reading

One way to end violence against women? Men stop beating women

A very special father’s day Washington Post column put forth the idea that violence against women would drop if women simply married their children’s biological father. The answer has been there all along, Married Dads! (With a nifty byline: The data show that #yesallwomen would be safer with fewer boyfriends around their kids). While it … Continue reading

An OB/GYN writes to George Will about college rape

Dear Mr. Will, I read your recent column on the “supposed campus epidemic of rape, a.k.a. sexual assault” and am somewhat taken aback by your claim that forcing colleges to take a tougher stand on sexual assault somehow translates into a modern version of The Crucible that replaces witchcraft with rape hysteria. I was specifically … Continue reading

Arizona doctors required to give substandard care for medical abortion

Imagine you want health care. You go to your doctor who recommends a medication. Your doctor tells you that the medication used to be prescribed one way 14 years ago, but very rigorous, more recent studies indicate a lower dose is just as effective. And has fewer side effects. And is less expensive. You are … Continue reading

Texas Lieutenant Governor candidates think brain death shouldn’t apply in pregnancy

Yes, you read that right. The four horsemen of the apocalypse candidates for Lieutenant Governor in Texas think that you can’t be dead until you are not pregnant and dead. According to the Star-Telegram when the four candidates for Lieutenant Governor were asked about the Muñoz case, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, state Sen. Dan Patrick of Houston, Land … Continue reading

Hillary Clinton cuts hair, loses negotiating skills.

Oscar De La Renta reports that he was unsuccessful when he told Hillary Clinton to cut her hair, so who is behind this whole new shorter ‘do fiasco? The world needs to know. It has been hush-hush ever since her mother first recognized her abilities. Being smart as a whip, a Yale graduate, a lawyer, and a … Continue reading

Anatomy of a coat hanger abortion

The coat hanger isn’t sterile. It isn’t even clean. If the woman, or girl, is alone she thrusts it blindly upwards into the vagina. She’s hoping it will get into her uterus and do something. She may or may not know that to get into the uterus the coat hanger has to navigate the small … Continue reading

OB/GYNs denounce Texas abortion legislation as dangerous precedent

The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) released the following statement today about Texas Senate Bill 1 and House BIll 2:   Washington, DC – The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) strongly opposes Senate Bill 1 (formerly Senate Bill 5 in the previous session) and House Bill 2 under consideration in the Texas … Continue reading

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