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Violence Against Sex Workers

The facts about violence against sex workers are harrowing. Amanda Ong writes, “LGBTQIA youth, especially Black and Latina trans women, are more likely both to become houseless and to become sex workers. Sex workers experience sexual violence at much higher…

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Youth Abortion Rights

In October 2021, New Orleans Juvenile Court Judge Tammy Stewart granted a Louisiana teenager’s request to be allowed to have an abortion. As Caroline Reilly writes, with the help of Louisiana Right to Life, her mother then sued the State…

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Thomas E. Dobbs, M.D., M.P.H., in his Official Capacity as State Health Officer of Mississippi Department of Health, et al., Petitioners v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, et al.

Introduction and Summary of Argument People rely on this Court’s decisions. They rely on the stability of the law, as this Court rarely retrenches on past precedent regarding fundamental rights and equality. Respondents ably demonstrate that bedrock principles of stare…

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Bethany Austin v. Illinois

QUESTION PRESENTED  Whether prohibiting the nonconsensual, public dissemination of private sexual images, which the defendant knew or should have known were intended to remain private, violates the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. BRIEF IN OPPOSITION  The nonconsensual dissemination…

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