Robyn's Second Album Wasn't Released in the U.S. Because It Contained Songs About Her Abortion

A new New York Times profile of Robyn, ahead of next month’s release of her first album in eight years, Honey, spends much of its time exploring the emotional depths of the Swedish pop singer’s music. One already well-documented anecdote that’s included bears another look, though, as it encapsulates the many layers…

Sen. Orrin Hatch on Kavanaugh Protesters: 'We Shouldn't Have to Put Up With This Kind of Stuff'

Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings began on Tuesday morning, and they’re off to quite a contentious start. Starting with the Democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s attempt to temporarily delay the proceedings, a group of protesters then began steadily interrupted the flow of the…

Scott Lloyd's Law School Essay on Abortion Was So Extreme That a Classmate Kept a Copy for 14 Years

Scott Lloyd, the anti-abortion zealot who is the head of the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Refugee Resettlement, has made it his personal mission to stop every migrant teen under his custody, including rape victims, from getting abortions—going so far as to personally intervene when an…

Federal Judge Rules That Anti-Abortion Protesters Are Not Harassing Patients Outside New York Clinic

A federal judge has ruled in favor of 13 protesters who for the past several years have congregated outside a New York abortion provider, bombarding visitors with giant signs depicting aborted fetuses and allegedly issuing threats to those attempting to escort women into the center—whether they’re there for an…

An Anti-Abortion Group Circulated the Home Addresses of Planned Parenthood Providers [Updated]

This week, anti-abortion activists sent out a few hundred flyers to residents in two Indianapolis neighborhoods containing the names and addresses of two providers at Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky (PPINK), Indy Star reports. The documents, sent with no return addresses, were part of a campaign spearheaded…