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"Abortion Clinic Escort" Is an Actual Job and Here's What You Need to Know About It

BuzzFeed recently spoke to abortion clinic escorts who provided insight about the job that in Read More »

All-Male 'Girls Council' Takes Stage for the First Time, Showcasing 13 Men

Saudi Arabia, a country that ranks near the bottom of global surveys on gender rights, showed a glimmer of hope when the governor of Qassim province announced the first kingdom's Girls Council. Read More »

Missoni Marches With Women's Rights

Some designers use fashion week as a political platform and Missoni made certain to make the most of this opportunity this season. Read More »

The Powerful Video You Need to Watch About the Need to Defend Abortion Rights

Before Roe v. Wade was legalized in 1973, women found other ways — that often weren't safe — to have abortions. Read More »

Chelsea Clinton and Her 2-Year-Old Daughter Join "Today, I Am A Muslim Too" Solidarity Protest in NYC

It's been another weekend of protests, with crowds rallying across the Read More »

These Are What Disney Princesses Could Look Like in 2017 Without the Affordable Care Act

As women's rights continue to make headlines, women around the globe are using inventive platforms to express themselves. Read More »

Gov. Cuomo Proposes Amending New York State's Constitution to Include Roe v. Wade

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo proposed a constitutional amendment on Monday codifying Roe v. Wade into the New York State Constitution. Read More »

Hollywood Remembers Mary Tyler Moore As a Female Force of Change

Beloved TV icon Mary Tyler Moore died on Wednesday at the age of 80 after being hospitalized in Connecticut. Read More »

Pro-Life Republican Mother Writes Letter Defending Women's Rights and Right to Abortion

Renee Contreras De Loach is a pro-life Republican, stay-at-home mother of two, and a film believer that the government has no right to make any decisions on behalf of women. Read More »

Cervical Cancer Needs to Be Talked About and Here's Why

According to a new study, cervical cancer is taking the lives of an alarmingly large number of American women each year. Read More »

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