Revealed: The women behind NOW promised change — but mistakes have plagued Australia’s answer to the #MeToo movement.
There are only two types of intra-uterine devices available in Australia and women are paying hundreds of dollars for them.
The charity, which encourages men to speak out against violence against women, was in the red by more than $840,000.
This Politician Survived Child Sexual Abuse. She Says Listening To Anti-Abortion Advocates Was Triggering
"I continued to have a recurring nightmare that I had become inexplicably pregnant and faced ridicule at school and being labelled a slut."
A bill to remove the procedure from 119-year-old criminal law was passed Thursday morning.
Liberal party MPs have labelled the attempted spill “bizarre”, “comical”, “a fizzer” and “a joke”.
These Women Say They Never Chanted "Put The Foetus In The Bin", Despite Anti-Abortion Politicians Repeatedly Saying They Did
"It just did not happen and it is defamatory to say it did," one woman told BuzzFeed News.
Asking for reproductive autonomy isn't how everyone would most like to spend a sunny day in the harbour city.
"On my son’s birth certificate my husband, a stay-at-home father, cannot even list father or househusband as his occupation."
Exclusive: Polling by the United States Studies Centre shows that current New South Wales abortion laws are “out of step with public opinion”.
One woman told BuzzFeed News someone got through two security gates to leave a flyer in her letterbox.
We spoke to doctors who say the amendments are “redundant”, “offensive” and “unworkable”.
Hospitalisations for endometriosis are twice as likely to be self-funded as all those for women with other conditions.
These states have all decriminalised abortion but what does that mean for women with unplanned pregnancies?
The campaign began the day before abortion decriminalisation legislation is to be debated.
"We’re unified in our support of the notion of individual liberty and choice."
MP Alex Greenwich told the parliament he was fighting for decriminalisation on behalf of his late grandmother, who taught him the value of reproductive rights.
Women of all ages gathered outside New South Wales parliament house to rally for the decriminalisation of abortion.
This Woman Advertised Her Illegal Abortion In A 1970s Newspaper. She's Been Fighting For Change Ever Since
Decades after she placed an advertisement baiting police to arrest her for an illegal abortion, Wendy McCarthy could see abortion decriminalised.
“It’s hard to think of any other healthcare issue that we treat in the same way as we did back in 1901."