As FFRF honorary director and famed neurologist Oliver Sacks poignantly wrote before his own death: “My generation is on the way out, and each death I have felt as an abruption, a tearing away of part of myself. There will be no one like us when we are gone, but then there is no one […]
We need comprehensive reform to women’s reproductive health care in the United States. The Women’s Health Protection Act is a crucial step in that direction — and that’s why we must urge our representatives to pass this vital bill. It has been three weeks since Texas Senate Bill 8 went into effect. Erroneously called the “Texas […]
Major religions across the world have texts and rituals that dictate what women can and cannot do when they menstruate.
International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, as well as a call for gender parity
The Freedom From Religion Foundation applauds a recent move by the New Mexico Legislature to annul a 1969 state statute criminalizing abortion.
We at the Freedom From Religion Foundation acknowledged the election verdict — and then immersed ourselves in our work again.
The centennial this month of the 19th Amendment provides an occasion to chart the long, long journey to women’s equality — and to realize how religion has played a deeply negative role.
It was a supremely successful week for us. It’s not every day that an organization wins at the U.S. Supreme Court level.
In a world where the president of the United States suggested as a candidate that women who have abortions should be punished, it should not be surprising that a notorious minister is actually suggesting their execution.