Essays and analysis
12 November 2013Breastfeeding bribes
A new scheme that gives new mums money to breastfeed is an assault on choice. By Jennie Bristow, editor, Reproductive Review.
17 September 2013You can’t be pro-choice only when you like the choice
Ann Furedi, chief executive of British Pregnancy Advisory Service, explains the dangers of clamping down on ‘sex-selection abortions’.
11 July 2013Early abortions, ‘repeat’ abortions, and terminations for fetal anomaly
Jennie Bristow analyses three issues of note in the 2012 national abortion statistics.
26 April 2013Remaking the case for a woman’s right to choose
Writing on spiked, BPAS chief executive Ann Furedi argues that in replacing the ideal of reproductive choice with ‘reproductive justice’, feminists underestimate women’s capacity for autonomy.
2 April 2013The politics of childbirth
Jennie Bristow reviews the historical controversy surrounding the decision over where, and how, it is best to give birth.
22 January 2013Essay: The ‘generation war’ over abortion rights
The shift away from 'choice' to 'reproductive justice' will do younger generations of women no favours, argues Jennie Bristow.
29 June 2011Pregnancy counselling in Britain: a review of the literature
By Dr Ellie Lee, author of Abortion, Motherhood and Mental Health.