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Mckay Williams, on STD-free sex, not having kids until you’re ready, cancer-free boobies, and why Planned Parenthood doesn’t just affect women.
Christian preacher Fr. Jerome Chandler examines racism in the historical context of religion and slavery.
How can we shame women for getting abortions when men aren’t participating in preventing unwanted pregnancies?
Toxic masculinity can lead to acts of violence, but can more toxic masculinity stop it? Jonathan Delavan implores readers to reconsider this logic.
Quentin Lucas discusses the value in abortion jokes.
Is it finally time to Call Joshua Feuerstein out for his hypocrisy?
Silencing women’s experiences and pretending that their wants and needs are dirty is not going to lead to a good time for anyone.
Jody Allard lays down the Republican party’s obsession with controlling women’s bodies.
Chris Crass raises his voice for reproductive justice.
Why marrying a feminist man was the best decision I ever made.
OR: A brief history of why I hated doctors for so long, and why I finally stopped.
Austin Harrington attempts to understand America’s love of guns by entering the world of the gun enthusiast.
The group’s efforts to encourage Americans to make healthy sexual choices haven’t been without some controversy.
Michael Douglas’ candid talk about the connection between cunnilingus and cancer has inadvertently brought about a higher awareness of HPV and reminded the world that dental dams and vaccinations are out there for a reason.
Men have abortion stories, too. Call for submissions.