The assertion that there is a vast, global “unmet need” for contraception is promoted by family planning advocates and is commonplace in international-development circles. But the claim is not supported by the facts, and it rests on shaky assumptions.
When I saw a press release announcing UN Women, UNFPA, and OHCHR’s support for an activist judge promoting abortion in Mexico, I could not resist, and fired off a list…
The World Health Organization (WHO) recently announced that its updated diagnostic manual would no longer classify “gender incongruence”—perceiving oneself to be of a different sex than what you were born—as a mental disorder.
Yesterday, we in the United States celebrated our independence from England. You could say that we were born from the imperialistic designs of the English.
U.S. delegation concerns over abortion in an annual UN humanitarian resolution of the Economic and Social Council prompted negotiations to be reopened this week to prevent the advancement of an…
Last week, UK newspaper The Guardian published an editoral about family planning policies, raising several interesting points: China is moving toward scrapping all policies imposing family size limits. China’s strict…