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(VIDEO) Walking Home: A Film About Street Harassment Among Women of Color

A new short film by Nuala Cabral focuses on women of Color who experience street harassment. It could be a new teaching tool for classrooms, workshops, and communities. How do you see this film being useful for youth?

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My Wish List For Latin@ Pregnancy Prevention Month

A wish list for National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month and the National Day To Prevent Teen Pregnancy specifically for providers working with Latin@ youth.

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Lessons From Pam Grier: How Can We Do Better?

What can we learn through the Pam Grier’s narrative and the conversation she had with her gynecologist regarding her sexual activity and reproductive health while she was dating Richard Pryor?

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(VIDEO) A Review Of Orgasm, Inc.

A review of the film Orgasm, Inc. about the medicalization of female sexual pleasure in the US and a look into what female sexual dysfunction is and who benefits.

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How Accessible Are IUDs?

In 2005 the FDA approved insertion and use of IUDs among younger women who do not have children. The use of IUDs has since increased. Yet even today the IUD remains inaccessible to many who would otherwise choose it.

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(VIDEO) Is Representing Women of Color Really That Important?

In a video about condoms the only colors shown are white and light-skinned people. That’s a problem. But it’s also a problem that White people don’t get why that is a problem.

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(VIDEO): Q: What Do Young Men Know About Birth Control? Scary Answer: Very Little

Interviews with young men in Washington, DC reveal huge gaps in education for men about contraception and pregnancy prevention.

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Deconstructing “Marianismo”

Research and literature on Latinas and HIV transmission is based on static notions about “cultural values” ascribed specifically to Latinos, leading us to conclusions that are both outdated and dangerous.

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A Review of FLOW: A Cultural History of Menstruation

The authors of FLOW: A Cultural History of Menstruation recognize the need for different approaches to discussing Femcare, but don’t go far enough in using those approaches themselves. 

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How Do You Discuss the Multiple Layers of Love?

There are many layers of "Love." When we have the "talk" with our children, how do we successfully address the complexities of love and sex knowing that they are sometimes but not always related? 

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