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Can Passion Have a Place in Safe Sex?

In a good relationship that’s about to become sexual, the introduction of a condom can seem like the introduction of a lot of baggage: fear, disease, death.

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Women, Get Pregnant: Your Country Needs More Workers

The economic argument against contraception assumes an unnerving disregard for humanity.

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Opponents of Family Planning Funding are Culturally Irresponsible

Perhaps non-partisan research like this can help our country approach contraception as a health issue like any other health issue.

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When Moral Conscience Poisons Health Care

One of Bush’s last gifts to our nation was the Provider Conscience Rule, which protects anyone who works in a health-care facility and who doesn’t want to provide “any services or advice they find objectionable.”

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Confusion Over North Dakota Personhood, Informed Consent Bills

In North Dakota, is it personhood or informed consent?

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Ultrasound Before Abortion: A Wasteful Bullying Tactic

By requiring that a woman go through an additional medical procedure solely for the purpose of telling her what she already knows – that she’s pregnant – ultrasound bills are wasteful and offensive to medical providers.

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Access to Contraception Should be a Medical Issue

When access to contraception is politicized, the well-being of the young adult is not the primary concern.

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Who Wants Family Planning Assistance – Politicians, Or Families?

Who wants family planning resources, politicians or low-income American women? Tony Perkins claims that it’s the former.

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When the Catholic Church Was Pragmatic, Not Doctrinal

If the climate of the Catholic Church today were what it was in the early 20th century, might we see bishops taking steps not to limit access to abortion but rather to make their teaching on abortion more feasible for Catholics?

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