A conversation between Reason editors about Georgia's "heartbeat law," the future of Roe v. Wade, and how to be less shouty even when you disagree.
Plus: Parsing competing paid-leave proposals, wisdom from Justin Amash, and Pete Buttigieg on Chick-fil-A.
Plus: Democrats move to make ad targeting illegal, and more on Elizabeth Warren's child care proposal
Plus: Silicon Valley is suspicious of media, Cory Booker calls for weed reform, and how to understand the "upper middle class"
Plus: A judge says Jeffrey Epstein case was mishandled, and Andrea Dworkin is making a comeback.
Plus: Libertarians face resistance while picking up trash without a permit, and Trump imagines Sen. Warren at the Wounded Knee massacre.
No one wants to consider if casually blowing things up is a good idea in the first place.
But don't believe the dire diagnosis. New research shows a mixed bag of pay patterns for women-and men-over the past 50 years.
Places that score high for gender equality also show more sex differences on personality tests.
Forget coat-hangers and back alleys. The future of illegal abortions is online pharmaceuticals.
Many aren't willing to ignore her ties to torture just because of her sex.
The anti-Weinstein crusader apparently had some problems of his own.
Everett, Washington, continues to wage war against scantily clad "bikini baristas."
Rep. Michelle DuBois wants to remove a statehouse sign that reads "General Hooker Entrance" because it is an affront to "women's dignity."
"The rise of the Nordic welfare state has been a double-edged sword" for women's professional progress.
In California's Santa Rita Jail, pregnant inmates were pressured to have abortions, forced to go without food, and made to live in unsanitary conditions, a new lawsuit alleges.
Sloppy seduction or sexual assault? If those are your terms, you're already missing the point.
The change would put D.C. in line with a rapidly rising number of states allowing pharmacist-prescribed oral contraceptives.
With abortion pills easily accessible online, the issue could be a big one in coming years.
Congressional conservatives want to ban "discrimination against the unborn on the basis of sex."
A amendment from Democrats says no state money can go to defending the law in court.
There Aren't Enough Beds in This Virginia Jail for All the Women Caught in Heroin and 'Human Trafficking' Dragnets
"We don't have enough space for them," said sheriff.
Department of Health and Human Services officials claim the rule will not change coverage for "99.9 percent of women."
The Trump administration has signaled support for the ban, which would throw abortion doctors in jail and let women who get abortions sue their doctors.
Bullied By the State, Toledo Abortion Clinic Takes Its Fight to Remain Open to the Ohio Supreme Court
The Capital Care Network was ordered to close in 2014. Instead, it took the state to court.
Because that's a thing that happens in the United States.
Bioethicists in Britain say yes. But there are no such limits in the U.S. yet.
Look beyond Medicaid to really cut dependence on Planned Parenthood while still ensuring that low-income women have access to medical care.
Think the Sharing Economy Needs More Regulation? SXSW Panel of Women with Prison Records Shows the Down Side.
One panel promotes fear-based control over who drives Uber cars. A second panel illustrates what ultimately happens.
"I should be able to save my own life anywhere, anytime."