A lot of the trials of college life can be mitigated by some simple conversations.
Jay Palter wants you to know that getting snipped is really not a big deal.
The comic argues that reproductive rights are human issue—not a Democrat or Republican one.
Don’t know if you want to become a father? Or are you certain?
A tale of chivalry and danger from the days when airline travelers could smoke on commercial flights.
They say female sexuality is mysterious. Olivia Davis explores some things about female sexuality and anatomy that even she didn’t know.
What is the worth of one life?
As the joke goes, male birth control is ten years away– and it has been for decades. Of course, that’s inaccurate. In fact, some estimates say that, if one counts the male condom, vasectomies, and withdrawal, a third of birth control is currently practiced by (cis) men. It’s not that people with penises don’t have […]
So long as people think abortions only happen to people they don’t know, they’ll continue to limit our choice.
These things don’t always work, says Mother. Where do you think your sister came from?
“Heterosexual sex and the balance of power between the sexes outside the bedroom are inextricably linked.”
This is a comment by HelixLuco on the post “The Most Offensive Word in Michigan: Vagina”.
A New Jersey man learned the hard way that some folks aren’t ready for men to play an equal role in contraception.
There is more than one reason to use a condom, and Jackie Summers has made a list of those reasons.
Because reproduction requires both men and women, Misty McLaughlin says the War on Women is more accurately a War on People, and asks men to take responsibility for their part.
The same reasons for men to be involved in the issue of contraception exist that always have; raising children is too important to do solely by accident.
Lisa Solod wants young women to understand that feminism is about much more than just sex.