I’m a Catholic Latina who is pro-choice. I fall into that 96 percent of Latinas who approve of family planning and the 85 percent of Latinas who support taking the birth control pill.
Got questions about the birth control pill? We’ve got you covered.
This month the National Women’s Law Center is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of the birth control pill. To help recognize this golden anniversary, NWLC is compiling a list of 50 ways the pill has revolutionized women’s lives.
Help us commemorate the impact the birth control pill has made in women’s lives by letting us know how it changed your life.
All the “celebration” about The 50th Anniversary Of The Pill is a party I can’t attend. There are missing pieces that are being ignored in the celebration and these pieces are vital parts of my history.
The Pill turns 50, and I didn’t get it a thing. Plus, conceiving a pro-choice iphone app.
Why, in a world of countless birth control pills, the ring, the patch, implants, and condoms for women and men, do people still get pregnant unintentionally? Because there are a lot of people rooting against them.
A look at the latest reproductive health news stories in Britain.
The mainstream media loves publishing scare stories about the birth control pill, even when they’re nonsensical or employ shoddy evidence: they attract eyeballs, since both sex hysteria and counter-intuitive ideas attract readers.
Researchers uncover pointless "information" about women and birth control pills, health care reform legislation in the Senate would save money, millions of women and babies are dying in childbirth around the world.
Health care reform needs to result in affordable health insurance options, the death of the public option is highly exaggerated, teens acknowledge the National Sex-Ed Week of Action and the birth control pill known as Yaz is being criticized for its safety.