6:30 pm, April 22nd | by Colette McIntyre
Think Earth Day is a silly holiday? Prefer the Google Doodle for Leonhard Euler’s 306th birthday to today’s rising and setting sun? Haven’t spent a moment thinking about used batteries? WELL ALL THAT IS ABOUT TO CHANGE BECAUSE THIS EARTH DAY RAP FROM THE 1990S IS ABOUT TO ENTER YOUR BRAIN SKULL AND REDUCE AND REUSE ALL YOUR THOUGHTSPACE FOR ITS ANTI-POLLUTION POLEMIC. So word to your mother, eco-friendly is here to stay.
6:15 pm, January 24th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s EOD roundup, we counteract our weekly analysis of the Judith Butler night terror that is The Bachelor with this list of the most feminist moments of American Horror Story.
12:30 pm, November 26th | by Laura Donovan
The CDC just announced that the number and rate of reported abortions for 2009 decreased 5 percent, giving “Dancing with the Stars” finalist and single mom Bristol Palin cause for celebration.
5:30 pm, August 20th | by Amy Tennery
EOD Monday: Hey, Todd Akin had some insane things to say about abortion a few years ago, also.
12:45 pm, July 27th | by Amy Tennery
A South Dakota Court of Appeals yesterday ruled that abortion providers must inform their patients of an “increased risk of suicide ideation and suicide,” among the other possible side effects of pregnancy termination. Of course, this ruling would make a lot more sense if an “increased risk of suicide ideation and suicide” among women who receive abortions were medically proven. Whoops.
12:30 pm, July 19th | by Melissa Petro, xoJane.com
When I went for my abortion, they were there: anti-abortion protesters with their misleading imagery of bloody, late-term baby-looking fetuses, re-enforcing their belief that I was killing my unborn child.
10:45 am, May 26th | by Lilly ODonnell
A woman in Spain went to get an abortion in April, 2010, when she was eight weeks pregnant and it was legal to do so. The procedure failed, and seven months later, she gave birth — and now the doctor’s gonna pay for his mistake.
12:15 pm, February 22nd | by Laura Donovan
“Daily Show” host Jon Stewart never disappoints us with his humorous take on otherwise troublesome societal issues, and he inspired many laughs out of us last night when he compared the proposed mandatory transvaginal ultrasound to uncomfortable TSA pat-downs.