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Top 11 Pro-Choice Moments In 2014

While all of us who support reproductive freedom faced tremendous challenges in 2014, it wasn't all bad news. These were a few of the inspiring moments that are going to fuel our fire well into 2015.

5 Feminist/Pro-Choice Books Any Activist Would Love For The Holidays

2014 has been a great year for smart, diverse, interesting (and funny!) feminist literature. Even if you have a die-hard, pro-choice, feminist friend who has read everything from Betty Friedan to bell hooks; they’ll appreciate reading these fresh thoughts and insights on feminist theory, reproductive freedom and women’s issues.

5 Shows That Wouldn’t Be The Same If They Showed The Reality Of Pregnancy Discrimination

It’s 2014 and women in the workforce are making huge gains, contributing more to their families’ incomes, and reaching positions of authority. So are women getting the support they need to have families? Not from their bosses they aren’t. While too many women are denied the accommodations they deserve, we often don’t see these kinds of challenges in pop culture. This made us wonder - how would these shows have changed if these characters had been forced to choose between getting a paycheck and their pregnancy?

6 Times Feminists Refused To Be Silenced

At this point, it’s practically expected for those who don’t believe in gender equality to tell feminists to get back in their place and stop causing such a ruckus over equal rights and gender equality. And we’ve fought back every single time.

10 Men For Choice You Can Vote For This November

Don't you just love to see men who understand that reproductive freedom is at the heart of gender equality? These are just a few of the pro-choice men running for office who fight every day to protect women's rights. Fighting for them is easy -- just head to the ballot box!

4 Decisions Anti-Choice Politicians In Missouri Think Are Just Like Choosing Abortion

Last night, anti-choice politicians in Missouri forced through one of the longest abortion waiting periods in the nation, making it even harder for women who need abortion care – with no exceptions for rape or incest survivors. Because, according to these compassionate folks, making decisions about abortion is just like buying a car.