While the abortion bill has passed an important first step, the amendments in place are so elastic, it feels like the status quo has not shifted.
The laws against abortion in NSW have stood for 119 years. A handful of MPs believe that this change is being rushed, and have succeeded in delaying the debate for another week.
Alabama will not pursue manslaughter charges against a victim of a shooting who lost a foetus because of it, but considering the laws still on the books, sanity has not prevailed.
This week has been a series of unfortunate affairs: Alabama doubles down on their abortion rhetoric, Folau will finally see the inside of a courtroom and still no word on the Australian missing in North Korea.
Missouri’s anti-abortion laws are yet to come into effect, but the state is already moving to shut down its last abortion clinic. According to the employees of the said clinic, all is not above board.
Clearly, the distant lawmakers of Alabama are happy to take control of my uterus. Well, regarding abortion, I have a couple of things to say.
Well, that just happened. However, Scott Morrison sensationally winning the federal election was merely the top of a very shady iceberg.
Well, we’ve done it again. Yet another politician has officially made a fool of themselves, with Barry O’Sullivan switching genders in an effort to discuss an issue he’s already discussed in the past. ‘Straya.
Cricket Australia dismissing an employee for advocating abortion is half the issue. We should care about this much more than a tampered ball.
I’m pro-life, but I strongly disagree with the religious direction the movement is being steered down, as do I the political rhetoric that secured the Presidency.
Good Tuesday to you. What happened while you were asleep? Well, the LNP banded together to vote down an abortion bill in QLD, Warren Beatty continued to defend his actions and Pokémon turned legal.
Morning! What happened while you were asleep? Well, Brandis made things awkies passing judgment, but the Pope forgave, and there is no forgiveness for combat juggling.
The election of Donald Trump as the 45th POTUSA has stemmed from our own apathy over what is undoubtedly an untenable situation. While some say to just ride it out, some say it’s time to get angry.
NSW is set to join the rest of Australia, and the realms of logic with a new bill that proposes to decriminalise abortion.
We love exposing the weak in the world. This week it included the Pope in the US primaries. Let’s all point and laugh quietly amongst ourselves
Donald Trump’s abortion comments were reprehensible, yes, but knowing his campaign, it can’t be all that he’s saying.
The week you just endured: the electric car for every man, Donald Trump against every woman and a Turnbull for…we’re not quite sure who?
Ugur Nedim looks at the planned abortion legislation in Victoria and NSW and the impact it will potentially have on women around the nation.
Natasha Mann has a message for the MPs looking to criminalise abortion – we all fuck up sometimes, and making abortion illegal won’t stop it from happening.
Taking a more considered approach than some outspoken public figures recently have, Diamond Pregnancy Support’s Jen Gurry wades into the ‘pro-life’ debate.