Women Won’t Back Down as Trump Wages War on Reproductive Rights
We won’t be told how to live or when to have kids.
Some doctors started leaving IUD strings longer so women can remove them if they lose insurance
For those getting long-term birth control before Obamacare is potentially scrapped, the question remains if they’ll be able to have it removed in the future.
The number of women getting IUDs at Planned Parenthood has soared since the election
Since Donald Trump was elected two months ago (dear god, it feels like it’s been two years), many women have become increasingly worried about their reproductive rights and access to…
Startup offers free birth control delivery for Christmas with promo code “Donald Trump”
The best idea since the trend of donating to Planned Parenthood in Mike Pence’s name.
There might be a link between your birth control and how much sex you’re having
Hey, having sex is good, so let’s consider this good news.
Paul Ryan, being the dick he is, calls birth control the “nitty-gritty details” of healthcare
Frankly, the only surprising aspect of this whole debacle is that someone as fiercely anti-choice as Ryan doesn’t already have a detailed plan to destroy the lives of women across…
Should you really stock up on birth control before Trump takes office? Let’s discuss
Politico once called Mike Pence a “one man crusade” against Planned Parenthood, so prepare for the worst, ladies.
Can birth control make you depressed? Your bad moods might have a direct cause
Can women just a get a break once in a while?
Shocker: Contraception works better than abstinence to decrease teen pregnancy
For further evidence, just look at rates of teen pregnancy in states mandating abstinence-only education.
Cable news cites politicians and priests more than medical experts on birth control
As anyone who still watches TV news would know.
Access To Birth Control And STI Testing Is About To Get A Whole Lot Better In Texas
Colorado proved the success of offering free long-acting reversible birth control when it started a similar program in 2009.
Delaware Is Training All Doctors To Insert IUDs In A Huge Birth Control Move
With some private funding and a few mechanical vaginas, the face of birth control might be changing.