Stories by Cristina Page

Cristina Page is the author of 'How the Pro-Choice Movement Saved America' (Perseus Books, 2006). subscribe to Cristina Page's feed

Posted on: Jul 30, 2009, Source: AlterNet

When it comes to contraception, anti-chociers are alienating their own kind.

Posted on: Dec 10, 2008, Source: RH Reality Check

Right-wingers are desperately trying to undermine Hillary Clinton and the UNFPA, a family planning agency she avidly supports.

Posted on: Aug 26, 2008, Source: RH Reality Check

The issue many candidates don't want voters to think about is not abortion, but contraception -- and the media hasn't called them on it.

Posted on: Jul 16, 2008, Source: RH Reality Check

The Department of Health and Human Services is dismissing medical experts and instead using a definition of pregnancy based on polling data.

Posted on: Jun 24, 2008, Source: RH Reality Check

It's pro-choice policies that result in dramatic declines in the need for abortion, and it's the pro-choice candidates who truly value life.

Posted on: May 5, 2008, Source: RH Reality Check

Birth control is the best way to lower the abortion rate. So why are anti-choicers rallying against it and claiming that "the pill kills babies"?

Posted on: Feb 26, 2008, Source: Huffington Post

A look at his record on choice shows that John McCain is more extreme than many anti-choice voters.

Posted on: Jan 22, 2008, Source: Huffington Post

Mike Huckabee's "consistent pro-life position" is about more than abortion -- he's against basic birth control, too.

Posted on: Nov 30, 2007, Source: Huffington Post

Cristina Page: It seems clear that an environment post-Roe would be harsher than pre-Roe.

Posted on: Dec 20, 2006, Source:

Family planning has led to seismic change in our society, but not the kind of change the religious right would have you believe.

Posted on: May 17, 2006, Source:

The groups trying to ban abortion have another plan up their sleeve: restricting your access to contraception.

Posted on: Feb 16, 2006, Source: AlterNet

Pro-life tactics have actually helped encourage abortions and have led to riskier sex, especially among teens.