What President Trump's first 100 days reveal about the administration’s outlook and agenda when it comes to women, and women’s equality, is pretty grim.
A husband was so upset that his wife refused to abort their 'accidental' baby that he openly vented his frustrations on a parenting website, although he likely didn't receive the response he was hoping for.
When President Trump nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch 10 days into his presidency, Gorsuch’s confirmation by the Senate already seemed like a done deal. Not only did Republicans control the Senate, but they also insisted that Gorsuch was the kind of nominee that everyone could easily get behind. Fast forward to today, when the Senate Judiciary Committee stands poised to vote on Gorsuch’s nomination and pass it along for a final vote to the full Senate, where the threat of a filibuster stopping his confirmation looms, the only guarantee is that negative headlines are certain for the Trump White House and Republican lawmakers who promised a much-needed easy win for the new administration’s first 100 days.
Wednesday is International Women’s Day, so Yahoo Style is highlighting a few of the powerful women who are living by the year’s IWD theme, #BeBoldForChange, which calls on women to help forge a more gender inclusive world. Lindsay Rodriguez, 34, is from Austin, Texas, and is the coordinator of the National Abortion Access Bowl-a-Thon. For Rodriguez, the real turning point came in 2011, when the conservative Texas state lawmakers approved legislation to defund Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers, resulting in the closing of more than 60 family planning clinics statewide.
Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., is the ranking member of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions and the assistant leader of the Senate Democrats. In a Facebook post Friday morning, Murray wrote, “I am going to this Inauguration not to celebrate the start of this new Administration, but to stand with President Obama to represent the families of Washington state in witnessing the peaceful transfer of power in our great country.
Ron Ozer and Elmira Naymark first met in 2013, according to court documents, and as reported by the New York Post. In what amounted to a whirlwind romance, the couple traveled together, wined, and dined, met each other’s families, and spent two and a half years growing closer. All that apparently ended when Naymark discovered she was pregnant in January of this year.
Kate, already mom to one daughter, terminated her second pregnancy at 36 weeks. She named the daughter she lost Rose. (Photo: Rosanna U/Getty Images)
Naya Rivera spills her secrets in a new memoir. Rivera has now chronicled that loaded life – including the revelations that she battled anorexia as a teen and had an abortion she got while on Glee – in her upcoming memoir Sorry Not Sorry, and PEOPLE has an exclusive excerpt before it hits stores. Rivera says she didn’t really realize the severity of her eating disorder until she decided to write about it in her memoir.
A protester holds a pro-choice sign at Victoria Park, in Halifax, during a demonstration for access to abortion services on the one-year anniversary of the death of Dr. Henry Morgentaler, May 29, 2014. For the millions of women who have had an abortion, their decision often stays with them years and decades later, sometimes for the rest of their life. The stigma around abortion is a major reason why.