Meet the artist advocating for reproductive rights and female pleasure
Since her abortion, Natalie Krim’s creativity has been an outlet for processing her emotions and reclaiming the narrative of her experience.
Zoe Yu Gilligan
The protestors fighting for abortion rights in New York City
As the US Supreme Court attempts to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, Kristina Shakht photographs those taking to the streets in protest.
Barbie Ferreira and Haley Lu Richardson on the importance of Unpregnant
The duo’s teen road trip film is full of laughs, but sheds some much-needed light on the way we perceive abortion in 2020.
Watch Barbie Ferreira drive Haley Lu Richardson cross-country in the trailer for ‘Unpregnant’
Ready for a road trip, girlies?
Théodore Pellerin on his breakout role in Never Rarely Sometimes Always
The 22-year-old makes for a convincing fuckboy in Eliza Hittman's raved-about abortion drama, but the lovable actor is far from it.
same-sex marriage and abortion are now legal in northern ireland
It's a good day for equality.
prospective college students are rejecting schools in states with abortion bans
The extreme laws have young people reconsidering where they will study.
gucci gets political in rome
The label’s Cruise extravaganza was both an ode to the eternal city and an urgent pro-choice protest.
'now for northern ireland' projections appear on buildings across the uk
One year on from the Repeal vote, Amnesty International teamed up with artist Maser to (literally) put the spotlight on Northern Ireland, where abortion is still illegal.
meet the young activists fighting for reproductive justice
i-D talks to young people across the country as states threaten access to abortions.
the UN says northern ireland’s abortion laws violate the human rights of women
A United Nations Committee found that the current restrictive abortion laws in Northern Ireland breach the UK’s international human rights obligations.
here’s how you can support abortion reform in northern ireland
Abortion is still illegal for Northern Irish women, despite being available in the rest of the UK and the Republic of Ireland. A new bill launched in Parliament could change that.