“A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step.”
The need to commit to social change has never been greater. Those of us who claim to be progressive or radical or human or just kind, stand at the precipice of an unknown tomorrow.
I support World Vasectomy Day because eliminating the fear of unintended pregnancy can improve our sex life.
I support World Vasectomy Day for the sake of our children’s future!
I support World Vasectomy Day, not to deny the joy of parenthood, but to increase the quality of life for those who are already alive.
I support World Vasectomy Day because a vasectomy is far less invasive than tubal ligation and less potentially damaging than hormones.
I support World Vasectomy Day because there is no greater optimism than believing that evolution is not just about survival of the fittest, but of sacrifice and service out of love and compassion.
Our heritage is one of champions and pioneers. We cannot give into fear or ignorance or old thinking that no longer serves our present or our future. No, we are pacesetters, influencers, and bold believers in a new ethos that embraces the birth of a new movement.
My appeal to you is that as this election cycle gratefully and finally comes to a close, you do not give up hope. We are not doomed unless we stop believing.
Understanding these misconceptions about the female condom is critical to its correct use.
When men are well informed, they can become active participants in the health and well-being of their partners and children.
Is it REALLY better than a vasectomy?
Just in case you were wondering, yes, the “cool” pope is still really grossed out by queers.
American classrooms do not talk frankly about teenage love or emotional intimacy.
The recent death of Carl Djerassi calls on us to consider the world he helped change.
Knowledge enlightens and empowers people and is an essential building block of civilization. Censorship prevents knowledge and narrows the mind.