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The Fight Over Abortion Is Far From Over. Here’s What Will Happen in 2023.
2023 is going to be a big year for anti-abortion policy: Anti-abortion activists could even harness a 19th-century law to curtail talking about abortion.
This Teen Was Raped in a State That Has an Abortion Exception. She Still Couldn't Get One.
“It was the ugliest feeling explaining to the doctor that delivered your child that she was raped, and then him telling you he can't do anything to help you.”
A Woman Wanted an Abortion to Save One of Her Twins. She Had to Travel 1,000 Miles.
“There was no decision, really, because the baby wasn't going to survive... I’m not going to leave my son without a mom.”
Woman Jailed for Using Drugs While Pregnant Says She Wasn't Even Pregnant
The woman lives in Alabama, a state that has a long legal history of treating fetuses like people.
‘Nobody Wants to Get Pregnant:’ The End of Roe Is Ruining America’s Sex Life
A fear of an unwanted, even dangerous pregnancy is kind of a mood killer, sex therapists told VICE News.
Abortion Rights Triumphed in Michigan and Almost Everywhere Else in the Midterms
Voters in Michigan, California, and Vermont agreed to enshrine abortion protections in their state constitution.
Abortion-Rights Supporters Are Feeling Cautiously Optimistic in Michigan
In the midterm elections on Tuesday, Michigan will become one of the first states to vote on abortion since the Roe’s overturning.
Requests for At-Home Abortion Pills Have Nearly Tripled Since Roe Fell
The biggest leaps in requests for help came from states that have outlawed most abortions.
Women Care Deeply About Abortion in the Midterms, Poll Finds. Men, Not So Much.
Just 30 percent of all men said abortion was an “important issue” for them when thinking about the election.
She Feared Giving Birth Would Kill Her. She Fled Her State for an Abortion.
“I was worried about hermorrhaging again. I was worried that this time I wouldn’t actually make it.”
GOP Gov Candidate Called Doctors’ Advice on Abortion the ‘Devil’s Lie’
In a video obtained by VICE News, Tudor Dixon, Michigan's GOP gubernatorial nominee, seemingly veered even farther to the right on abortion.
‘Doubling Our Rates for Creampie Scenes’: Sex Workers on Life After Roe
“Even if I do have an IUD, I’m not gonna risk my life and health unless I get paid enough to fly across (or leave) the country for a safe and legal abortion.”