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Censoring Nudity

The majority of sexually explicit or pornographic content is legal. Thanks to the First Amendment, our right to communicate that legal content is protected, with the notable exceptions of “obscene” content and child pornography. But though the content itself might…

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Abortion and Section 230

On June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court of the United States overturned Roe v. Wade and Casey v. Planned Parenthood in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, revoking the constitutional right to abortion. We’ve entered a world in which millions…

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Decriminalizing Sex Work in Vermont

The case for decriminalizing sex work has been made, over and over and over. The criminalization of sex work facilitates the policing and surveillance of women, people of color, immigrants, and LGBTQIA+ folks; it endangers sex workers’ health.  Across the…

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The Battle After Roe

The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn not only Roe, but Casey is an unconscionable assault on our fundamental human right to bodily autonomy, and a giant step backward in the fight for sexual freedom in America. In today’s decision, Justice…

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The Right to Adequate Postpartum Health Care

To be clear: everyone deserves accessible, quality healthcare, free of charge. “Everyone,” of course, includes those who have pregnancy- and birth-related health needs, from sonograms to difficulty with feeding to postpartum depression. States across the U.S. have Medicaid programs to…

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The Business of Birth Control Film Screening

Sixty years after the pill revolutionized women's emancipation, The Business of Birth Control examines the complex relationship between hormonal birth control and women’s health and liberation. The documentary traces the feminist movement to investigate and expose the pill's risks alongside the racist legacy…

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