In a segment titled "Salute to Abortions," the Netflix comedian points out the hypocrisy in the anti-abortion movement at a time when the debate over reproductive rights has taken on new urgency.
The Republican senator, a key vote on President Donald Trump's pick for the Supreme Court, says she would oppose any nominee she believed would overturn Roe v. Wade.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's win in New York's 14th Congressional District primary could be a harbinger of progressive change.
The decision is a token judgment and won't change much in terms of rape culture and the structural oppression of the "weaker sex."
The interviewer tells the House speaker she feels excluded; he responds: "We need more minorities, more women in our party."
Though the president's elder daughter says she champions women’s issues, she has defended the rollback of an Obama-era rule intended to help close the gender pay gap.
In Cambodia, South Africa and Albania—among other places—violence, poverty and extreme male dominance create a context in which men who pay for sex go uncensured, but the women and girls involved are permanently stigmatized.
The "Last Week Tonight" host analyzes the ways that such centers often mislead women seeking an abortion.