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The Rhythm Method Makes a Comeback

Don’t like condoms? Cringe at the thought of exposing your body to a daily hormonal treatment? According to recent tests, there may be a safe, all-natural method to avoid conception with your partner.

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For Iraqi Women, Human Rights Abuses Continue

Iraq is a disaster and every day more details surface to show us just how completely we, as a country, destroyed millions of lives.

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VIDEO: Georgia Teens Want Real Sex-Ed

A dozen years and more than a billion dollars later, the federal government is still sinking funds into abstinence-only education, despite multiple studies from across the nation that prove it simply doesn’t work.

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Tennessee Proposes Drug Testing Pregnant Women

Now, for the umpteenth round of "keep your laws off my body."

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Censoring Student Media

Last week, 3,000 copies of the New School Free Press were stolen on the day it was published.

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Selectively Reducing Multiple Births

Sure, it’s safer to implant the embryos one by one, but that quickly drives up the cost. However, implanting multiple embryos can lead to risky pregnancies—including "infant mortality, low birth rates, long-term disabilities and thousands of dollars’ worth of medical care," says the Times.

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Utah Proposes Comprehensive Sex-Ed

Conservative states are finally realizing that teenagers have sex—even
if you tell them not to—and taking that into account in legislation addressing education.

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House Panel in South Carolina Approves 24-Hour Waiting Periods

Last Tuesday a South Carolina House panel approved a law that would require women to submit to an ultrasound and wait 24 hours before receiving an abortion. What’s next? A state-mandated cup of tea with my mother before I can buy condoms?

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A “Pill” for Men?

Sick of birth control’s side-effects? Had enough with the bloating, lack of sexual appetite and risk of blood clot? Now there’s birth control for men.

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