My mother wanted kids so bad. They had tried for years to have one. In 1967 they told my mother that she was sterile. She couldn't have kids. Fast forward to the early part of 1970. She started bleeding badly and didn't know what it was. She went to the hospital and they told her that she had a tubal pregnancy. They didn't want to remove it because they thought it would fix itself. My mother had to fight to have it removed. If my mother had not have had it removed I would not have arrived a year later. I'm alive because of an abortion. The same for my sister.
Transgender children are unlikely to "detransition," or come to identify with their birth sex, five years after their social transition, a new study found.
Country music legend Naomi Judd -- one half of the duo The Judds -- has died, her daughter Ashley Judd announced Saturday.
She was 76. ... Naomi and her daughter, Wynonna, began singing together as a professional act in the early 1980s, eventually producing a string of major hits, including "Mama He's Crazy" and "Love Can Build a Bridge."
As the Kansas Legislature wrangled over Gov. Laura Kelly's veto of an anti-trans sports bill, the Reflector revealed Helmer's hateful email to a University of Kansas graduate student. All at once, any pretensions that supporters had about the legislation "protecting girls" were thrown out the window. The letter oozed with odious animus toward transgender people.