What’s Current: Hallmark Channel apologizes for pulling ad featuring lesbian wedding

  • The Hallmark Channel has apologized for pulling ads showing a lesbian wedding after complaints from viewers with the group, One Million Moms. The ads, from online wedding planning company Zola, showed same-sex couples celebrating marriages.
  • #GIDYVR is returning to the Vancouver Public Library, March 21, 2020, for a panel on women’s sports, featuring Meghan Murphy, Linda Blade, and Heather Mason.
  • Three women were hospitalized due to severe bleeding after a failed attempt at “abortion reversal” after the women had already begun a medication abortion.
  • A West African court has ruled that the government of Sierra Leone must allow pregnant girls to attend school with their peers, striking down a ban enacted in 2015.
Natasha Chart

Natasha Chart is an online organizer and feminist living in the United States. She does not recant her heresy.