Fast Boston area response to SCOTUS decision to strike down Roe v. Wade yesterday
“STAY HOME AND HAVE THE BABY”
Still, pandemic-safe provision of pill abortions is hampered all over the country by the FDA’s REMS requirement. Without it, you could call a doctor or clinic, they could write a prescription and call it into your pharmacy, and then you could get the pills from there or even have them mailed to you.
TAIWAN, OUT OF THE CLOSET AND INTO THE SPOTLIGHT
SURPRISE! STUDY FINDS MASS CATHOLICS SUPPORT EXPANSION OF ABORTION RIGHTS
In a new study released this month, polls revealed high levels of support for abortion access among the state’s Catholic constituents.
6,000 PROTEST SIGNS
from the 2017 Boston Women’s March preserved as an online archive
After the 2017 Boston Women’s March, thousands of participants left their protest signs around the iron fence surrounding the Boston Common Central Burying Ground. They were going to be thrown away—until three local teachers came along.
LADYFEST BOSTON 2017: DIY EMPOWERMENT FOR ALL
Two decades ago, Ladyfest was about empowering women. Now, the Boston edition is about empowering all people.
PIERCING THROUGH PATRIARCHY
Lindy West and quashing sexist slurs
PURRFECT POWERPUFF GIRLS: TACOCAT’S FEMINIST POP PUNK GETS CARTOONIFIED
Seattle act Tacocat dish on their new album, feminism, and recording Cartoon Network’s newest theme song.
MOTHER-IN-LAWS: HOW SHOW MOM COLLECTIVE SUCCESSFULLY NURTURE THE UNDERDOGS
Palm, Banned Books, URSULA, Jonah Furman, Strange Mangers, Stumpf, and more gear up to play Show Mom Fest 2, one of the city's most welcoming festivals.
FIBER ONE: FEMINIST ART EXHIBIT LAUNCHES IN SOMERVILLE
While a good chunk of the artists were from Massachusetts, most were from places all around the world, creating a sense of universal solidarity between the art and the feminist themes peppering the projects.