Good news about abortion! FINALLY!!!

As progressives, it feels as though we’ve been getting hit from all sides lately – which is exactly why we need to CELEBRATE OUR VICTORIES!

Your vagina is STILL under attack

It’s been one year since the SCOTUS landmark ruling that determined that the government does not get to create unrealistic and ridiculous rules for abortion providers or halt access to abortion. Last year’s victory in Whole Woman’s Health v Hellerstedt is truly something to be celebrated because of what it means for women, families, and abortion access across our country. Our friends at Planned Parenthood have summed up what this really means for us.

What your ovaries need to know…

We’d like to take this opportunity to ensure that you and your ovaries are up to date on any new potential laws and studies that could impact your ability to decide what you do with them – and yes – we also want to make sure that our non-ovary carrying allies are up to date too.

One more reason for NM Women to join the Resistance

Birth control has meant that women have more opportunity and better control over their own lives. We’ve made important progress for women’s health. The rate of unintended pregnancy is at an all-time low, thanks in part to expanded access to birth control. People in this country, and especially New Mexico, do not want to see that progress rolled back.

5 Things Steve Pearce Gets Wrong About Planned Parenthood and Women’s Reproductive Rights

It’s no secret Congressman Steve Pearce gets a lot wrong — from immigration to land rights and everything in between. But when it comes to women’s reproductive health his alternative facts are in another league. Here are 5 things he just doesn’t understand about Planned Parenthood and the reproductive rights of all New Mexicans.

[Take Action] Three Big Abortion Bills Coming to the Roundhouse This Week

Three abortion access bills will be heard in the Roundhouse this Thursday that threaten the reproductive choices of New Mexico women, their privacy, a woman’s right to decide — and there’s something you can do about it.