Men, Pregnancy Tests & Testicular Cancer
I know, that headline sounds like a "which one of these things doesn't belong" logic puzzle. But stay with me, because I'm going to explain how they are all related after the jump.
Girl Talk: Taking A Pregnancy Test At 36
The first time I bought a pregnancy test I was 17. I'd gotten my period but was so new at the whole sex thing, not to mention paranoid, that I wanted to be sure. We hadn't used condoms, but instead a small, see-through film that hardly seemed like it was going to do its job.
A Brief History Of The Pregnancy Test
I was commenting on how packaged pregnancy tests resemble fruit roll ups when my mother told me scientists once injected bunnies with a woman's urine to determine whether or not she was pregnant. "A rabbit?" I was a little stunned by the idea of poor, floppy-eared, innocent rabbits getting shot up with pee. "Oh yeah!" My…
Bar Installs Pregnancy Test Vending Machine In The Ladies’ Room
I don't know what else is going on in Pub 500 in Mankato, Minnesota, but apparently it's enough to warrant the installation of the "first ever" pregnancy test vending machine in the ladies' room. I'm kidding, actually: it was not Pub 500 that installed the pee sticks for their lady patrons — they came courtesy…
Quick Pic: Sale On Pregnancy Tests!
A friend just sent me this photo, taken at an NYC drugstore. I know there's a recession and peeps be lookin' to save money anywhere they can, but this is taking the penny pinching a bit far.
Juno Lied: Pregnancy Tests Aren’t Plan B, People
Storytime! Over at Feministing's newly relaunched site, a teenage user on their new community board recounts a story of trying to buy a pregnancy test with her best friend at a drug store and being refused because of her age. When the teen presents the fact that she legally has the right to buy a…