Category Inclusivity

Responding to Indigenous Women’s Stories of Reproductive Coercion

Holly McKenzie and her colleagues argue for broader public conversations and institutional responses to reproductive coercion.

Corrigendum: Ovarian cancer is not a women’s cancer

Sarah Nersesian explains the need to change how we understand ovarian cancer in light of the fact that not everyone who can get ovarian cancer identifies as a woman.

Buying Sperm: Canada’s Ethical Tension

Natalie Martin argues that buying sperm from the US while outlawing the purchase of sperm from donors within Canada just doesn’t make sense.

Lost and Won: A challenge of the UK law that allows discrimination

Colette Lloyd argues that a recent challenge to United Kingdom’s Abortion Act is about discrimination, not abortion.

Lost and Won: A Challenge of the UK Law Allowing Selective Termination

Chris Kaposy discusses the significance of a recent challenge of the United Kingdom’s Abortion Act by a group that included Heidi Crowter, a woman who has Down syndrome.