Also monikered as Scalito, Alito was the only dissenter in the case Planned Parenthood v. Casey.
Alito argued that the Pennsylvania law's restrictions should have been upheld.
"The Pennsylvania Legislature could have rationally believed," Alito wrote, "that some married women are initially inclined to obtain an abortion without their husbands' knowledge because of perceived problems -- such as economic constraints, future plans, or the husbands' previously expressed opposition -- that may be obviated by discussion prior to the abortion."
By the way, Rhenquist quoted Alito in his dissent.
Legal Momentum has a pdf file on Alito's record on women's rights and civil rights. This goes more indepth on the Casey dissent than the above article.
It also discusses how little he thinks of women being discriminated against and how some provisions of the federal Family and Medical Leave Act are unconstitutional.
As far as Violence Against Women:
Judge Alito joined the majority of a sharply divided Third Circuit in holding that female studentswho were physically sexually abused, including touching and sodomization, by fellow studentsduring the course of a class do not have a cause of action under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 because the statedoes not have a special duty of caring for them. D.R. v. Middle Bucks Area Vocational Technical Sch.,972 F.2d 1364 (3d Cir. 1992).
I can't make this shit up.