by Bryce Covert Jun 29, 2016
A new organization tackles the twin problems of access to feminine hygiene products for homeless women and an extra tax that all women have to pay.
by Celisa Calacal Jun 22, 2016
New York City just took a stand for women's periods -- something that can cost a woman about $18,000 in her lifetime.
by Erica Hellerstein & Josh Israel Jun 22, 2016
“I think it is incredibly difficult to understand what limits we have available.”
by Casey Quinlan Apr 23, 2016
Waiting periods have been shown to cause financial and emotional hardship for women seeking an abortion.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Apr 16, 2016
"I'll never know what it's like to have a period, but I listen to the women who do."
by Alex Zielinski Apr 13, 2016
In some cases, this would mean a woman who took an abortion pill a couple months into a pregnancy would be asked if she wanted a quarter-sized blot clot to be formally buried. She would then get a death certificate.
by Bryce Covert Mar 29, 2016
"A tax on tampons and pads is a tax on women."
by Bryce Covert Mar 23, 2016
At New York City shelters, schools, and jails, sanitary products are often scarce.
by Casey Quinlan Mar 14, 2016
25 schools will expand access to sanitary products among middle school and high school students.
by Bryan Dewan Mar 3, 2016
The state of New York taxes tampons. Five Manhattan women are trying to change that.