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Two feminist stories that won’t get anywhere near the attention of Matt Damon and Me Too

Two feminist stories that won’t get anywhere near the attention of Matt Damon and Me Too

If we want to win the fight for women, reproductive rights must be the most important front.

Anti-abortion activists in Twitter training

Anti-abortion activists in Twitter training

Safe to assume their avatars will all be eggs.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Anti-abortion Twitter ... Stokes slashes ... Palmer's Facebook poetry ...

Chicken Latin: trying to decipher Gerry Wood’s anti-abortion motto

Chicken Latin: trying to decipher Gerry Wood’s anti-abortion motto

We've asked Wood himself what it means but haven't heard back.

Anti-choice advocates fail in latest attack on abortion rights

Anti-choice advocates fail in latest attack on abortion rights

The latest attack on Victoria's abortion laws has failed, but anti-abortion activists have said the war is not over.

Does muzzling anti-abortion protesters infringe freedom of speech?

Does muzzling anti-abortion protesters infringe freedom of speech?

Victoria has passed legislation preventing the harassment of women outside abortion clinics. But does the new law restrict free speech? Crikey intern Jess Davis investigates.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Troy Newman being sent back to where he came from ... Turnbull loves NBN satellites, he swears ... who will take North Sydney?

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Nauru v the ABC ... Right to Life angry (as usual) ... stoners under the bed ...

Anti-choice extremist who advocates executing doctors to tour Australia

Anti-choice extremist who advocates executing doctors to tour Australia

The Australian anti-choice group Right To Life is sponsoring the tour of an advocate for the killing of abortion providers.

Will the new ultra-Right Liberal guard revive hard-line NSW anti-abortion bill?

Will the new ultra-Right Liberal guard revive hard-line NSW anti-abortion bill?

"Zoe's Law" seemed destined for a quiet demise in NSW's upper house, but after ICAC has claimed quite a few Liberal scalps, the political landscape has changed. Freelance journalist Claire Pullen reports.