While many politicians played their part, this landslide victory isn’t theirs.
Irish women have told their families and friends about pain and suffering previously considered a “private matter”.
The anti-abortion side has hired a digital campaigns company that previously worked for Donald Trump.
Claims that the show tried to be progressive or that it was “of its time” don't wash.
We can't afford to see another woman die like Savita Halappanavar.
Even the abortion rights campaigners have found new momentum.
As the Prime Minister visits the US President, she shouldn’t shy away from the subject of women’s rights.
In our quest for conservatism, we’ve forgotten the bold activism that gave us the rights we have today – now we need it more than ever.
Tories are hitting back at Harriet Harman’s suggestion that the new Prime Minister is not a feminist. Who’s right?
Maybe male MPs will one day bring themselves to say "tampon" in Parliament.