The reaction to allegations that Harvey Weinstein is a sexual predator is a snapshot of the ways in which we treat—and doubt—the reality of sexual assault and its survivors.
Months before the Trump Administration announced changes to Title X, reproductive rights advocates and experts were sounding the alarm.
A small team in North Carolina is trying to lower barriers to success for justice-involved people.
Under the guise of religious freedom, the Trump administration has put birth control coverage for upwards of 62 million women at risk.
Two abortion providers weigh in on the new law.
“Women denied abortion care,” the CRR report concludes, “are at increased risk of experiencing poverty, physical health impairments, and intimate partner violence.”
Let Malia live her life.
In order for his tax plan to work, Ryan says Americans must have more children—while he passes legislation that makes it harder to, well, have children.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey discusses suing the Trump administration, reproductive rights, and the role of the judicial system in the U.S.
The Reproductive Health Equity Act (RHEA) guarantees access to reproductive healthcare for all women and gender nonconforming individuals in the state of Oregon.
Portland Monthly | Wieden & Kennedy Employees Shame Pro-Gun Politicians for Meaningless Tweets
A group of employees at the Portland ad agency is turning politicians’ “thoughts and prayers” into a book for charity.
Willamette Week | Beware What You Say On Facebook—Even If It’s True
A new court ruling holds a Portland man liable for inflicting emotional distress — for posting another man’s legal history.
Willamette Week | Portland Sex-Crimes Allegations Emerge From the Burning Man Scene
The case is the latest in a series of recent battles over whether describing a man as a danger to women is protected speech or defamation.
Willamette Week | Power Goes Out. Rent Goes Up.
Portland is failing to protect most tenants from landlords who let apartments decay.