birth control

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For further evidence, just look at rates of teen pregnancy in states mandating abstinence-only education. READ MORE »


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As anyone who still watches TV news would know.

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Colorado proved the success of offering free long-acting reversible birth control when it started a similar program in 2009. READ MORE »


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With some private funding and a few mechanical vaginas, the face of birth control might be changing. READ MORE »


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Hallelujah — no one in Washington will be turned down when they show up at the pharmacy asking for a pill to keep one night of unprotected sex from becoming a lifetime of motherhood. READ MORE »


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What a triumph for female millennials everywhere. READ MORE »


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It’s not necessarily bad news, but it’s not really good news either. READ MORE »


Love & Sex

Because so many (men) fear its power, knowledge on a female orgasm is rare and myths spread like lore. I am here to fix all that by debunking five common myths using Prince gifs. READ MORE »


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Marie Stopes International (MSI) and several influential Islamic scholars joined up last week to vigorously campaign both for the spread of birth control and contraceptives for Afghan women, and to combat the cultural stigma against women who choose to utilize these most valuable resources. In Afghanistan, abortion is illegal although birth control is not, but access to birth control is incredibly… READ MORE »


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A new study on the effectiveness of Vasalgel, a reversible, male birth control injection, has ruled the gel an immense success. It is now planned to be available to all men in 2018, according to Elaine Lissner, the executive director of the Parsemus Foundation, the organization that developed Vasalgel. Read more on College Candy…READ MORE »


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A report in the New York Times reveals the number of Google searches regarding DIY abortions, and the result is shocking.
The Guttmacher Institute estimates that women have about 1 million legal abortions a year. In 2015, there were over 700,000 Google searches for self-induced abortions, which ranged from looking for abortion pills online, to searching “how to have a… READ MORE »


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Increased rates of birth control use have led to fewer unintended pregnancies. READ MORE »


health

Are you thinking about switching to an IUD after being on the pill? Wth the intrauterine device’s rise in popularity, you’re not the only one with questions about nonhormonal birth control options.

Hormonal options range from the ring to the patch to the pill, but what if you want to avoid the consequences,… READ MORE »


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Rep. Mary Dye sure has some bad manners. READ MORE »


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Sorry for the delay, pussy power rangers! The column will begin being bi-monthly from this point forward, granted we here from you gals, or trans men, or guys with gal friends, who want to talk about your experiences, anonymous or not! Email Chloe@thefrisky.com and we will chat!
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Zubik v. Burwell is basically Hobby Lobby on steroids. READ MORE »


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