Japan Severely Lags on Reproductive Rights
By Moe Shiojiri
While reproductive rights are a highly politicized topic in the United States, there is minimal discourse in Japan on the subject.
Abortion in Uzbekistan: Legal, Accessible, Declining
By Niginakhon Saida
Abortion in Uzbekistan has never been politicized as it has been in the West, but terminating a pregnancy is still becoming less common.
What the Roe Reversal Means for Abortion Rights in Vietnam
By Le Dong Hai Nguyen
Given the country’s social conservatism and a shifting Overton window, it is more likely now than ever that the Vietnamese government will take a more restrictive stance on abortion.
Poor Access to Safe Abortions Is Killing South Asian Women
By Bansari Kamdar
Even in countries where abortion is legal, access to safe abortions remains challenging
Cabbages & Condoms: A Socio-Sexual History and Restaurant Review
By Tyler Roney
Beneath the strange restaurant gimmick are Thailand's family planning and population policies.
Thailand's Abortion Debate
How have Thailand’s authorities responded to the discovery of thousands of fetuses at a Bangkok temple?